Jackson took to Instagram to post his apology.
"I've been getting a lot of backlash and a lot of feedback from the Instagram posts I put on my Instagram story".
"I stand on what's right", he declared.
The quote that DeSean posted twice on Instagram showed clear Anti-Semitism, and Jackson stated that he has no hate for the Jewish community.
"We just want fair rights".
In response, Jackson said he had "no hatred in my heart towards no-one". "I do not have hatred towards anyone".
"They tell lies to make you think I am a bigot or anti-Semite, so that you won't listen to what I'm saying", Farrakhan said in his speech.
Banner, who is Jewish, argued that if a white player said anything as "outrageous" about African Americans as Jackson did about the Jewish community, there would be a "serious conversation" about cutting the player. "Especially because we do not tolerate or condone any form of racism or intolerance in our home".
Jackson eventually apologized and took back his slew of posts in a video Tuesday afternoon.
The Eagles said they talked to Jackson about the posts but stopped short of announcing any discipline or fines against the player.
"That will probably be a necessary step for Jackson to be forgiven for a social media post that was beyond the pale".
In a statement, the National Football League franchise said the messages he shared were "offensive, harmful, and absolutely appalling". We are disappointed and we reiterated to DeSean the importance of not only apologizing but also using his platform to take action to promote unity, equality, and respect.
The Eagles added they were still evaluating the situation, and "will take the appropriate action".
The Philadelphia Eagles WR first posted a screenshot of a book that features a quote attributed to Adolph Hitler - saying Jews will "extort" and "blackmail" America as part of a greater "plan for world domination".
"'The white citizens of America will be terrified to know that all this time they've been mistreating and discriminating and lynching Children of Israel'".
The quote apparently does not actually come from Hitler, but Jackson appeared to believe it was genuine.