Notes: Jackson Owes Rosenhaus 500K

Eagles WR DeSean Jackson catch against Chargers
An NFLPA  arbitrator found that DeSean Jackson owes Drew Rosenhaus over $500,000, according to a report.

Per Rand Getlin of Yahoo! Sports, it was determined that Jackson owes his former agent a grand total of $516,415 in unpaid loans and agent fees.

Rosenhaus filed a grievance alleging that Jackson took multiple loans from him between 2009-2012. The two parted ways last May. Jackson went on to sign with Joel Segal.

Rosenhaus negotiated Jackson’s five-year, $48 million contract with the Eagles. The team cut Jackson just two seasons into that deal. Jackson’s agreement with the Redskins — which includes $16 million guaranteed — was negotiated by Segal, who will now be the one getting a percentage of the wideout’s earnings.

Long To Visit Eagles

Nebraska guard Spencer Long is scheduled to visit with the Eagles, according to Adam Caplan.

Long (6-5, 320) played right guard for Nebraska and started in 33 games. He suffered an MCL injury six games into last season. Long was a Second Team All-American selection in 2012. NFL.com projects that he will go in the third or fourth round this May. Here is part of their write-up on him:

Big, tough, physical, ornery blocker with starter-quality positional traits and intangible qualities. Is best in a phone booth, where he excels as a run and pass blocker, and is smart and savvy enough to contribute outside in emergency situations.

The Eagles have also reportedly brought in Texas guard Trey Hopkins and USC G/C Marcus Martin. A list of the Eagles pre-draft visits can be found here.