General manager Trent Baalke said the 49ers are not among the many teams that reportedly checked into the prospect of trading for wide receiver DeSean Jackson.
"As of this moment, there's been no discussions between us and the Philadelphia Eagles whatsoever," Baalke said in an interview with Bay Area News Group's Tim Kawakami on Tuesday at the NFL owners meetings in Orlando, Fla.
Jackson's name has been bandied about in recent days as being on his way out in Philadelphia, either by trade or release.
Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie on Monday declined to say whether he had spoken with the Eagles about the possibility of trading for Jackson.
He didn't rule out the prospect of adding a player of Jackson's stature solely because of a prohibitive contract. Jackson is slated to earn $10.5 million in 2014.
Several reports said Eagles coach Chip Kelly and the organization are ready to part ways with Jackson after six seasons in which Jackson caught 356 passes for 6,117 yards and 32 touchdowns.
However, Jackson on Monday night tweeted that he and Kelly had a meeting and that it was "good to talk to Big Chip." A report Tuesday said Kelly informed Jackson not to "worry about anything" and just be ready for camp.
The 49ers already have Michael Crabtree and Anquan Boldin under contract, to go with promising youngster Quinton Patton.
Yet, it is believed that the 49ers are interested in adding a fast receiver such as Jackson so that they have a legitimate deep threat.
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