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Eagles Center Jamaal Jackson Heads To The Hall Of Fame

Jamaal Jackson has been a solid player here with the Eagles for years and now… he’s going to the hall of fame. The Delaware State hall of fame that is.

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Philadelphia Eagles center and former Delaware State University standout Jamaal Jackson has announced that he plans to attend the 2011 DSU Athletics Hall-of-Fame ceremony in which he and 12 others will honored next month.

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Jackson is in his ninth season with the Eagles. The Miami, Fla., native was a standout with the Hornets from 1999 to 2002, setting a school record with 45 consecutive starts.

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Oh but Jackson is not the only former Eagle who is set to be enshrined in the DSU Hornets hall. Darnerian McCants is in as well…

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Delaware State’s 2011 Hall-of-Fame class also includes former NFL standout Darnerian McCants, a 2001 grad. McCants played six seasons in the NFL, including stints with the Washington Redskins, Eagles and Baltimore Ravens. As a senior at Delaware State in 2000, he was named to three All-America teams after leading all Division I-AA players with 18 touchdown receptions, which still stands as DSU and Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference records.

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