Patriots reacquire CB J.C. Jackson from Chargers: Sources

The New England Patriots have made a trade deal with the Los Angeles Chargers, acquiring cornerback J.C. Jackson

The Patriots are giving up a 2025 sixth-round pick, while the Chargers send Jackson and a 2025 seventh-round pick to New England

In order to make the trade possible, the Patriots and Chargers are adjusting Jackson's remaining $9.33 million salary for 2023

New England is shouldering approximately $1.5 million of the adjustment, while the Chargers cover the remainder through a signing bonus

Apart from the salary adjustment, Jackson contract, extending through 2026, remains unchanged in all other aspects

At 27 years old, Jackson had just one interception in his two-season tenure with the Chargers spanning seven games

During his initial four NFL seasons with the Patriots, he made an impressive 25 interceptions

He had great years when he was here I'm excited to see him back in a Patriot uniform Patriots linebacker Jahlani Tavai said

Patriots face the Saints this Sunday and the Chargers on Dec. 3, offering Jackson a chance to confront his former team