Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson said he wants a raise.
"I definitely feel it's something deserving," Jackson said Monday. "We'll see how that plays out. Hopefully, we can work things out smoothly and not have to worry about anything out of the ordinary."
Jackson has three years left on his five-year contract that pays him a total of nearly $50 million. It also included a $10 million signing bonus.
He earned $7 million this season as he made 82 catches for 1,332 yards with nine touchdowns. He had three receptions for 53 yards in Saturday's 26-24 wild-card playoff loss to the visiting New Orleans Saints.
Jackson is scheduled to earn $10.5 million, including a workout bonus, next season.
"I'm proven in this league," he said. "After this past year, (I) went out there, no distractions, and just really put it all in for my team and went out there and had a lot of success, so we'll see how it goes."
Jackson expressed dissatisfaction with his contract in 2011. He signed the new deal in March 2012. The 27-year-old's agent is Joel Segal, who also represents Eagles quarterback Michael Vick.
"Honestly, I feel very confident that my agent will work something out," Jackson said. "I feel like I have a great agent -- that's what he's for, that's what his job is.
"All I have to really worry about is staying out of trouble and keeping my nose clean and doing the things I need to do, working on my craft and playing football."