Reports: DeSean Jackson to End Holdout, Report to Philadelphia Eagles Training Camp Monday

According to reports from ESPN, as read on their ticker during the Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, Jackson will be in camp on Monday.

The Salt Lake Tribune published a report that the Eagles have not renegotiated a new contract for Jackson, who will become an unrestricted free agent after the 2011 season if they don't agree to an extension by that time.

For more details, read the article in the following link: http://www.sltrib.com/sltrib/sports/52339738-77/mason-saturday-camp-eagles.html.csp.

Speaking of the Hall of Fame ceremony, didn't anybody else seem to feel slighted by the fact that the inductees were introduced via video clips instead of the presenters?

I can understand it in the case of Ed Sabol. It is, after all, only fitting that the founder of NFL Films was introduced by an NFL Films presentation.

But wouldn't you have liked to see Sterling Sharpe introduce his brother Shannon in person?

Instead, the people of Canton witnessed Chris Berman being his pompous self, introducing us to video presentations that introduced the Hall of Fame inductees. Something they could have more easily witnessed on television.

As if the people of Canton weren't slighted enough by the cancellation of the Hall of Fame Game.

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