Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson wasn't in the best of moods after his team dropped a 31-14 setback to the Seattle Seahawks on Thursday.
The Eagles (4-8) has lost four of their last five games and have underperformed greatly.
Jackson was shown sitting on the sideline by himself, prompting reporters to ask if he had an issue with his teammates. He also ran a deep route and never turned around to look for the ball.
“If that’s what they saw, that’s what they saw. I’m not going to entertain ... I don’t have to sit here and answer those questions. My teammates know what it is," Jackson said.
When the line of questioning continued for a few moments, Jackson abruptly stormed off.
Jackson, who did not receive a new contract prior to this season, has 43 receptions for 698 yards and two touchdowns in 2011.