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Jackson signing his deal with Washington. (Credit: nesn) Former Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson is still a little bit spited by how the Eagles cut him almost without a valid reason. He subsequently signed with division rival Washington Redskins, and Jackson now has a chance to stick it to his old team twice a year. By all indications, Jackson is excited and eager for those matchups, and can’t wait to show the Eagles what they gave up when they released him. Via PFT: “Oh yeah, twice,” Jackson said of playing the Eagles this year, via CSNPhilly.com. “Two times, not once, twice. I’m sure those two games, there’s gonna be something special about those two games, for sure. I gotta definitely go up on that.” “It was almost unreal, honestly. My agent called me because I missed the call from head coach, and I’m sitting there like, what’s the reason behind it, what’s going on? Somebody tell me,” Jackson said. “Basically, [Kelly] told me ‘I think it’s best for the team and I think it’s best for yourself [to part ways]. We’re gonna let you negotiate with 31 other teams.’ Jackson wasted no time signing with Washington, and he didn’t even visit any other teams. Part of me believes this is because he wanted the chance to play the Eagles twice a year for the next three seasons. It’s starting to sound like these are going to be games you don’t want to miss, as it’s always fun to watch a player get a little payback against a team that cut him.
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Washington Redskins new wide receiver DeSean Jackson says that he will be circling two dates on the calendar when this season’s schedule is released, and it’s not hard to guess which two games those will be. Speaking on the Arsenio Hall Show, DeSean had the following to say about the Eagles and this upcoming season. “Two times, not once, twice. I’m sure...
Washington Redskins WR DeSean Jackson was on the Arsenio Hall Show Monday night. DeSean discussed the gang affiliation stuff and, how “special” it will be when the Redskins play his former team, the Philadelphia Eagles and catching a baby.
When asked about still hanging out with his friends who may have some sort of affiliation, DJacc responded with “It ain’t no fun if the...
The Redskins have officially begun their Off-season workouts in Ashburn, VA, with essentially every player on the roster reporting and eager to erase the memory of last season’s very disappointing 3-13 season. The team has done very well to augment their roster during free agency with players that can make immediate contributions, as well as give the team flexibility to draft...
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Washington Redskins owner Daniel Snyder spoke on the acquisition of WR DeSean Jackson. In his first public comments Snyder playfully said that he was tired of being burnt by the former Eagles’ wideout and that he doesn't have any concerns about Jackson’s character.
In rare public remarks, Redskins owner Dan Snyder said Tuesday that instead of criticizing the team's nickname, the focus should be on the issues facing Native Americans.
"We understand the issues out there, and we're not an issue," Snyder said, via the Associated Press. "The real issues are real-life issues, real-life needs, and I think it's time that...
Could DeSean Jackson be the key to the Redskins success next season?
This NFL offseason saw former Philadelphia Eagle DeSean Jackson get cut and then quickly land a spot on the Washington Redskins.
As the Redskins newest receiver, Jackson will face the Eagles not once, but twice.
And, it is something he is really looking forward to.
Monday night, Jackson appeared on the Aresenio...
After a disastrous sophomore season Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III has something to prove this coming season. Now that he is completely healthy and able to play up to his abilities he is ready, willing and waiting to get back to work.So ready and willing that he wore his cleats to the White House for the annual Easter Egg Roll Sunday to make sure he was ready...
“I wrote a letter to the fans and it speaks for itself,” Snyder said, referring to a letter distributed in March to announce the foundation. “It tells you we did our homework, unlike a lot of people, and we understand the issues out there. We’re not an issue. The real issues are real-life issues, real-life needs, and it’s time that people focus on reality.”
Dan Snyder, showing his softer side, today presented Park View High School with a $100K check towards providing the school with a new turf football field. Park View High School is located in Loudon County, Virginia. Insert your own Dan Snyder/FedEx Field turf joke here.
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The 2014 NFL schedule was announced Wednesday night and the Philadelphia Eagles will open with the Jacksonville Jaguars on September 7. They’ll also travel to Dallas for a rare Thanksgiving Day match-up against the Cowboys.
The Eagles will face a tough stretch against teams from the NFC West and AFC SOUTH, so there’s no...
The moment Eagles fans have waited on is finally here.
The 2014 NFL schedule’s have been released and the Philadelphia Eagles along with their fans now know who they’ll be playing and where.
The Eagles will play the NFL’s 12th toughest schedule against opponents with a combined .479 winning percentage.
The Eagles will play the Dallas Cowboys, New York Giants, Washington Redskins...
It finally happened; the moment football fans have been waiting for since Super Bowl XLVIII ended (or maybe since it started for everyone who wasn’t a Seahawks fan).
The 2014 NFL schedule was announced Wednesday night and the Washington Redskins will open up at the Houston Texans on September 7, 2014.
Some highlights of the year matchups against the Seattle Seahawks, San Francisco...
New York Giants cornerback Walter Thurmond told reporters on Tuesday that he believes he’s the best slot corner in the NFL and that the Giants could have a better trio of corners than his former team, the Seahawks.
Eagles cornerback Brandon Boykin took a shot at Thurmond on Twitter.
But who is Walter Thurmond??
— Brandon Boykin (@BrandonBoykin2) April 22, 2014
It started with a tweet from Dale Earnhardt Jr. (@DaleJr) to Robert Griffin III (@RGIII), followed by some chiming in from Richmond International Raceway President Dennis Bickmeier (@RIRprez) and RIR (@RIRinsider). What began as a Twitter conversation about a month ago has resulted in Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III driving the Official Pace Car to start this Saturday’s...