DaSean Jackson Holdout Status Unconfirmed Via Conflicting Reports

Conflicting reports on DeSean Jackson's holdout from Philadelphia Eagles camp have surfaced, making it tough to know exactly what's going on.

6abc.com is Philadelphia is reporting that Jackson plans to end his holdout, according to a source.

According to them, the Eagles receiver is planning to report to training camp either Monday or Tuesday and he will do so without a contract.

However, Pro Football Talk is reporting the opposite, that Jackson will continue to hold out and does not plan to attend camp until a contract is sorted out.

Jackson faces fines in the amount of $30,000 per day for holding out while under contract. And with the major contracts that the Eagles and other teams have handed out in recent days, you can expect Jackson to keep holding out.

Who's right? I guess we'll know soon.

For more on the 2011 NFL offseason, check our free agency StoryStream. For more on the Eagles, visit SB Nation Philadelphia and Bleeding Green Nation.

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