DeSean Jackson has been putting it all on the table since landing $48.5 million from the Eagles. First, he guaranteed a Super Bowl for Philadelphia. Second, he’s saying the money won’t change a thing.
We learned Thursday that Eagles WR DeSean Jackson — in the final season of his four-year rookie contract — took out a multi-million-dollar insurance policy on himself in August. It’s primary protection against injury until he finalizes what should be a monster extension with the Eagles.
Philidelphia Eagles WR DeSean Jackson poses during a portrait session in the NFL Network Studio on April 4th.
DeSean Jackson of the Eagles was in the house Monday at NFL Network, and he’s always got something good to say. So, naturally, we let him talk.
With DeSean Jackson in house, we put him on the spot, who is the best returner in the game right now?
I just got out of a production meeting with Eagles WR DeSean Jackson, who will be on “NFL Total Access” Monday night. With this being the middle of draft season I asked the 5-foot-10, 175-pound game-breaker what it’s like to be a player that so many smaller draft prospects at the position — like Boise State’s Titus Young and Troy’s Jerrel Jernigan — are compared to.
Eagles WR DeSean Jackson wins the GMC Never Say Never Moment of the Year Award.
DeSean Jackson sat down for a one-on-one with NFL Network host Fran Charles, saying he hadn’t been surprised by anything Michael Vick had done on the football field until last week’s win over the Giants.
Well, it appears that fantasy enthusiasts are not alone in their frustration over Eagles WR DeSean Jackson turning in monster performances one week, and then disappearing the next.