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Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson has told ESPN’s Lisa Salters that he didn’t play as hard as he could in 2011, because he was afraid of getting injured.
“I let it get to me, even though I tried not to let it. I was trying to protect myself from getting hurt — now I’m just giving it all,” said Jackson.
With regards to the new contract Jackson signed in the offseason, he said that he’s “happy to finally get the contract. I felt with what I had done for the team, I deserved it.”
I’m glad Jackson admitted he didn’t give 100 percent effort last season, because it was obvious.
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I am always leery of a player who admits to quitting and not wanting to get hit. When you give that type of player millions of dollars, you wonder if he will ever give full effort, now that he has been paid.
DeSean Jackson in my opinion is either going to have monster season or the Eagles are going to regret signing him to that big contract.
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Even watching Eagles games last season, any attentive fan could tell that speedy wideout DeSean Jackson was hot-dogging around, not going all out plays, and downright acting live a diva. Recently, Jackson came out and admitted that he was playing with a fear of being hurt, and was not giving 100% on the field:
“I let it get to me, even though I tried not to let it. I was trying...
Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson told ESPN’s Lisa Salters that he tried to protect himself last season to keep himself from getting injured.
“I let it get to me, even though I tried not to let it,” Jackson said. “I was trying to protect myself from getting hurt – now I’m just giving it all.”
On Tuesday, Jackson went on Twitter and complained about...
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“He’s sore and bruised up a little bit,” Jackson said via ProFootballTalk.com. “He’s just...