The Philadelphia Eagles on Friday "penalized" DeSean Jackson after he made anti-Semitic posts on social media later this week. The Eagles didn't specify the disciplinary action in a team statement, though a source said the wide receiver was fined. The Eagles said the franchise does not "tolerate hate towards any individual or group" and has had "a number of constructive conversations" with Jackson, who apologized for his comments, as well as other players. While it doesn't sound like Jackson will be released or suspended, the Eagles said "he understands that in order to remain on the team, he must also commit to supporting his words with actions." Jackson reportedly intends to donate a significant amount to Jewish community efforts and on Friday met with Edward Mosberg, a 94-year-old Holocaust survivor.

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