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DeSean Jackson has admitted that he didn't give a full effort in 2011 because he didn't want to get injured before signing a long-term deal. Do you believe he'll give 100 percent this season?

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There have been more than a few noteworthy arrivals in Bethlehem, Pa., in recent weeks, as guys like Nnamdi Asomugha and Ronnie Brown showed for work at the Eagles' training camp. But might Monday's arrival of a more familiar face be the key to this team living up to the hype? DeSean Jackson still doesn't have a new contract in his hands, but the big-play receiver dropped his holdout after 11 days. Rank 'Em: Who are the NFL's top receivers?


Should Jackson get a new deal?

We can all agree Jackson is a bargain at $565,000 in the final year of his rookie contract, but is a wait-and-see approach the best call for the Eagles when it comes to an extension?

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Jackson or Asomugha?

The Eagles added a guy widely regarded as one of the best in the game at shutting down receivers. But is a receiver like Jackson, who opens up the offense, more valuable?

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Jackson or Terrell Owens?

Speaking of valuable receivers, the team's only Super Bowl trip in recent memory came with Terrell Owens catching passes from Donovan McNabb.

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Does Jackson bring the whole game?

No receiver averaged more yards per catch last season than Jackson, but plenty of his peers topped his 47 catches. Is he special or a specialist?

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