Eagles legend DeSean Jackson playfully offers services to the suddenly-reeling Chiefs

DeSean Jackson in Chiefs red? Don't look now, but the Eagles legend set social media ablaze recently.

DeSean Jackson, Philadelphia Eagles
DeSean Jackson, Philadelphia Eagles / Mitchell Leff/GettyImages
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Certain names just hit differently (as the young people say). Some guys move the needle regardless of where life takes them or how long it's been since they have worn Philadelphia Eagles green.

Guys like Randall Cunningham and Brian Dawkins are Eagles royalty. Jason Kelce is still playing, but he's in that stratosphere as well. Then, there's that next tier. There lies the Birds that aren't quite at Dawk's level, but they'll occupy places in our hearts forever.

Malcolm Jenkins is in that tier. So is Doug Pederson. Then, there are guys like LeSean McCoy and DeSean Jackson. Shady makes us watch FOX Sports' Speak show on a daily basis. D-Jax is always a good bet to set social media ablaze.

What's that you're asking? You're damn right we still follow his social media accounts! Come on. This is DeSean we're talking about.

DeSean Jackson makes himself available to the suddenly-reeling Chiefs.

What a difference a week makes. It wasn't that long ago that we were discussing the brilliance of Andy Reid's Kansas City Chiefs. Here we are on Thanksgiving, and we're still thinking about Jalen Hurts' rainbow throw to DeVonta Smith and the Brotherly Shove that followed.

We all know how Monday Night Football ended. A bomb from Patrick Mahomes to Marquez Valdes-Scantling fell harmlessly to the turf. Just like that, there's this theory that K.C. is reeling. Truth be told, they are to some degree. That's another story for another day though

How about this for entertainment though? This one's pretty interesting if you missed it. Shortly after the game wrapped, a fan made a pitch for DeSean's services. Never shy to make his true feelings known, D-Jax responded in a repost.

Yeah, that went viral pretty quickly. Did you think it wouldn't? Again, this is DeSean we're talking about folks.

Plus he's right. Do you remember any deep balls to Jackson that weren't hauled in?

Andy Reid drafted Jackson 49th overall during Round 2 of the 2008 NFL Draft. Things worked out pretty well for the former California Golden Bear. He went on to become the greatest deep threat in NFL history.

Here are two other things to consider. First, Reid gave Shady a shot in K.C. once. Second, DeSean actually hasn't retired yet. Stay tuned. Nothing shocks us these days.

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