Found November 27, 2011 on
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As DeSean Jackson continues to wait for the Philadelphia Eagles to open up their wallet and pay him the big money he’s looking for, Ashley Fox of ESPN brought up some great points in an article she recently wrote. She does a great job explaining he likely won’t get paid anytime soon. Just to give [...]
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The Philadelphia Eagles season has been a major disappointment this year but one player in particular has been an even bigger disappointment, WR DeSean Jackson. I believe these last five games of the 2011 NFL season will be the final games you see Jackson in an Eagles uniform.
Desean Jackson has been complaining that he wants a new contract and expects to be paid like...
The Philadelphia Eagles' season of discontent continued during Sunday's lopsided home loss to the New England Patriots.
According to the Philadelphia Daily News, Eagles offensive coordinator Marty Morningweg and defensive line coach Jim Washburn "exchanged words" on the sidelined during New England's 38-20 victory.
In addition, wide receiver DeSean Jackson...
You can't get paid if you don't put up the numbers you idiot
Well, that about does it folks. The 2011-2012 season is officially over for the Philadelphia Eagles.
I keep hearing people say, “There’s still hope”, and “They could win out”.
********. Stick a fork in them. They are through.
For all the talent on this team, we might have one of the most pathetic defenses...
According to Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk.com, there’s a chance that the Philadelphia Eagles will put the franchise tag on wide receiver DeSean Jackson after this season in order to place him on the trade block, since they likely won’t give him a contract extension. Jackson has slowly fallen out of favor within the Eagles organization [...]
Hall of Fame tight Shannon Sharpe called out Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson on Twitter. “Watching D.Jack of eagles his play is horrible he dropped 2 tds and several other catches,plus he’s chicken and wants no part of contact,eew”.
Sharpe isn’t making anything up. It’s obvious that Jackson has decided that he’s more interested [...]
The now infamous taunting penalty that DeSean Jackson received against the New York Giants could have ended up costing the Eagles big time.
While the Eagles were able to overcome it, the penalty will end up costing Jackson- in his wallet.
The NFL has fined Jackson $10,000 dollars today for "un-sportsman like conduct" when he flipped the ball to Giants defensive coordinator...
According to the Philadelphia Daily News, Eagles head coach Andy Reid benched wide receiver DeSean Jackson during today’s loss to the Patriots. “I just wanted to give the other guys an opportunity,” Reid said when asked about Jackson’s benching. When Reid was asked about how Jackson played tonight he had the following reply, “You didn’t [...]
DeSean Jackson, the Eagles star Pro Bowl wide receiver, watched from the sidelines at the end of the 38-20 loss to the Patriots. While his teammates rallied for a futile attempt to save a shred of dignity, arguably the Eagles biggest weapon sat on the bench.
Coach Andy Reid didn't say it in so many words, but Jackson was outright benched.
Despite being targeted 10 times...
Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson was fined $10,000 for flipping the ball toward an opposing assistant coach after a 50-yard reception.
It seems safe to say that Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson is officially in Andy Reid's dog house.
To many, Eagles receiver DeSean Jackson's taunt on Perry Fewell last week was a punk move. To the Giants' defensive coordinator, though, it was simply a result of the heat of the moment.
Week 12 in the NFL has almost been a perfect one for the Giants.
The Eagles are finished at 4-7, with DeSean Jackson benched and coaches nearly coming to blows on their own sideline while the home crowd chants for Andy Reid's head. Tampa is also 4-7, and that leaves them out of the running for a playoff berth.
The Lions lost on Thanksgiving, their fourth loss in six weeks...