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Ryan Kerrigan talks about DeSean Jackson skipping OTAS

Organized team activities, or OTAs, are optional for players on all teams. Although most players choose to participate, that doesn't mean that everyone will. When the Washington Redskins' key starter DeSean Jackson was absent for the team's first set of OTAs last week, some began to question his dedication to the team. Make sure you don't count veteran leader Ryan Kerrigan as oneā...
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Washington Redskins' DeSean Jackson up to old antics?

Organized Team Activities (OTAs) began on Tuesday for the Washington Redskins and number eleven was no where to be found. When asked about DeSean Jacksonā€™s absence, coach Jay Gruden noted that he would not be in attendance this week, but would return the following week. It did not take long to discover the reason behindĀ DeSeanā€™s vacancy on Tuesday after he posted a picture on...
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Redskins wideout DeSean Jackson went to Cavs game after ditching practice

Fortunately for Washington Redskins wide receiver DeSean Jackson heā€™s really, really fast, otherwise no NFL team would put up with his nonsenseā€¦ AROUND COVER32 QB Rankings: From 1-32 based on chances of making the Hall of Fame Top 10 in 2015: The NFLā€™s second-tier tight ends Yesterday we reported that Jackson no-showed for the first day of OTAs, then later in the evening...
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DeSean Jackson skips Redskins OTAs, goes to Cavs game

DeSean Jackson was surrounded by red and gold jerseys Tuesday, but they didnā€™t belong to the Washington Redskins. The Redskins wide receiver wasnā€™t in attendance for his teamā€™s first day of organized team activities. Normally, this wouldnā€™t be that big of a deal, as OTAs are completely voluntary under the new collective bargaining agreement and Jackson even told Washington...
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DeSean Jackson one of four no-shows at first day of Washington Redskins OTAs

If you ever wondered why the Philadelphia Eagles decided to cut DeSean Jackson last year despite his being by far their best wide receiver, this next story will be a helpful reminder. A couple of weeks ago Jackson made a bold proclamation when he declared that the Washington Redskins were the team to beat in the NFC East. Apparently Jackson isnā€™t all that eager to help prove himself...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

DeSean Jackson: Redskins are 'team to beat' in NFC East

Washington receiver DeSean Jackson did his best Rex Ryan impersonationĀ this weekend. During an interview withĀ ESPN Radio 980 in Washington (via CSN Philadelphia), the outspoken Jackson made a bold claim about how things would unfold in the uber-competitive NFC East: Well if you want to be political and say on paper, I think all the ESPN guys and all the bloggers will probably...
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22 days ago  |  Discuss

Redskinsā€™ WR DeSean Jackson brings ā€œSpeedgateā€ to the field

Norm Hall/Getty Images Washington Redskins road runner DeSean Jackson made an appearance on ā€œSportsCenterā€ to grace the studio with his unique personality and commanding presence. During the course of the interview, Jackson was asked to discuss whether other teams and players around the NFL cheat, in wake of the findings of Ted Wells regarding New England Patriots quarterback...
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23 days ago  |  Discuss

DeSean Jackson will star in reality TV show for BET

If only he still played for the Philadelphia Eaglesā€¦. From the In a somewhat surprising move Thursday night, BET announced at its upfront presentation that Washington wide receiver DeSean Jackson will be part of a new reality show called ā€œHome Team.ā€ According to Variety, the program will be focused on the women in his life who keep things running smoothly...
Via This Given Sunday
April 27, 2015  |  Discuss

WATCH: DeSean Jackson mocks Eagles after win

The Washington Redskins may have knocked the Philadelphia Eagles out of the playoffs following a surprising 27-24 victory at FedEx Field on Saturday night. For former Eagles receiver DeSean Jackson, this game represented a bit of revenge. He put up 126 yards on four receptions, including two 50-yard catches from embattled starting quarterback Robert Griffin III. And Jackson wasnā€™t...
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December 20, 2014  |  Discuss

DeSean Jackson mocks Eagles: ā€˜Didnā€™t you hear? Iā€™m a gangsterā€™

Washington Redskins wide receiver DeSean Jackson will face his former team for the second time on Sunday. For some players, that can lead to feelings of nostalgia and homesickness. Not for DeSean. On Monday, Jackson told Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer that he doesnā€™t miss the Philadelphia Eagles at all. ā€œNope. I donā€™t miss...Read More
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December 16, 2014  |  Discuss

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