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MAR 27, 1:27a ET | Sportsnaut
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News: Jackson (groin) finished 2014 with 70 receptions, 1,002 yards, and two touchdowns.
Impact: The emergence of rookie wideout Mike Evans and natural regression considerably diminished the veteran wideout's season. Jackson reached the 1,000-yard mark and played in all 16 games for a fourth straight season, but he posted his worst numbers since arriving in Tampa. Despite his durability -- he has played in at least 15 games in seven of the last eight seasons -- the 31-year-old receiver has dealt with minor injuries, including a groin issue in Week 17, and continues to show signs of aging. A significant drop-off could reasonably be expected next season, but he is clearly the Bucs' No. 2 wideout entering 2015.