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New York Jets
Newly acquired quarterback Michael Vick has publically stated he would love for the Jets to trade for his disgruntled former teammate, DeSean Jackson. After signing former Denver wideout Eric Decker and looking to possibly sign another running back to the offense (Maurice Jones-Drew), you get there is a sense of urgency in the plans of Jets management to produce a winner now, or else. Jackson, who is not happy in Philadelphia, especially after the team signed Jeremy Macklin and Riley Cooper to new deals in the offseason, might want out of Pennsylvania as quickly as management wants to show him the door.Vick was diplomatic and vague about his place in the pecking order with second-year passer Geno Smith, but there was little confusion on the matter of DeSean Jackson. The Philadelphia Eagles receiver is on the trade block and the Jets have interest -- and so does his former teammate."If there's an opportunity to get DeSean, I'm pretty sure the New York Jets fans would be ...
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The Eagles have been silent when it comes to rampant speculation about DeSean Jackson's status with the team in recent weeks.
DeSean Jackson's status with the Eagles and the surrounding speculation has become the biggest story of the NFL offseason.
And that's just the way the Eagles want it.
If this were the media driven story that many fans believe it to be, Howie Roseman...
Things seem to be getting a little clearer now on the DeSean Jackson front. Tim McManus of Birds 24/7 is reporting that the Eagles did contact the Carolina Panthers about DeSean Jackson, and that sources close to Jackson say the receiver believes “he’s gone from Philadelphia.” Just spoke with two sources close to DeSean. Receiver now believes he will not be back. — Tim McManus...
With more reports coming out, it seems that the relationship between the Philadelphia Eagles and star wide receiver DeSean Jackson will quickly be coming to an end here within the next few weeks. That leaves a huge void on the offensive side of the ball and in the passing game, so wide receiver might be an area that the team will look into in the upcoming NFL Draft. There was an...
The NFL owners meetings have arrived and they may be the Eagles last best opportunity to trade DeSean Jackson.
DeSean Jackson's days with the Philadelphia Eagles are quickly coming to an end.
That much has been made clear by the team's actions in recent weeks making it clear that they are ready to move on from the mercurial six-year receiver who is coming off his best statistical...
New York Jets owner Woody Johnson admitted to reporters today that they’re in fact looking to trade for Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson. Woody confirms the Jets are looking to trade for DeSean Jackson. By name. — Bart Hubbuch (@HubbuchNYP) March 23, 2014 Woody Johnson mention, of DeSean, interest "at the right price" and "if he fits into the culture of our...
According to Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer, the Eagles have “intensified” their effort to trade wide receiver DeSean Jackson. #Eagles have intensified efforts to trade WR DeSean Jackson in the last week, according to multiple NFL sources. Story to be posted soon. — Jeff McLane (@Jeff_McLane) March 21, 2014 Well. The Jets make sense now that they have Michael...
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Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson is drawing a lot of trade interest despite his $10.5 million salary in 2014.
The Carolina Panthers and Oakland Raiders are the latest teams to inquire about the three-time Pro Bowl selection, NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport reported Thursday. The New England Patriots, San Francisco 49ers and New York Jets have already shown interest in...
The saga of DeSean Jackson and the Philadelphia Eagles is beginning to come to a head as the trade talks intensify, and according to Ian Rapoport, at this point, the Oakland Raiders and New York Jets seem the two most likely to pull the trigger on bringing the veteran in to help the explosiveness of their offenses.
Both places do make sense at this point.
With the Raiders just...
Michael Vick is scheduled to visit with the New York Jets today, according to several sources. DeSean Jackson, you may have heard, has been the subject of an ongoing saga of whether or not he’s available for trade. Could the two reunite up the turnpike with another “Gang Green” team? I’ve chosen to refrain from weighing in on whether or not Jackson will or should be traded...
Well we can put to bed those rumors of the Eagles coming to an impulsive decision about DeSean Jackson.
According to Jimmy Kempski, the Eagles and most likely Chip Kelly came to the decision over a month ago.
DeSean Jackson trade talks may have escalated in the last week, however, this is something the Eagles decided to do over a month ago.
— Jimmy Kempski (@JimmyKempski) March...
DeSean Jackson has likely played his last down in the city of Brotherly Love. (Photo via Philly.com)
The second greatest rapper on the face of the planet could be on his way out of Philadelphia before too long.
I’m kidding about “Jaccpot” who can’t rap to save his life, but Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson, who has long complained about his pay in Philly, even after signing...
The Jets are on the market for some offensive production and the search may stop at Eagles receiver DeSean Jackson's house. If any one player in the league knows DeSean Jackson, its former Philadelphia Eagles quarterback and current N.Y. Jets quarterback Michael Vick. Jackson has been an exceptional talent on every level of football but has come with his fair share of knucklehead...
The DeSean Jackson era is all but over in Philadelphia, and a lot of people simply want to know why?
DeSean Jackson is 27-years-old, fast as hell and coming off a 82 catch, 1,332 yards, nine touchdown season. So why are the Eagles hell bent on running him out of time?
Is it his attitude?
It could be, but Jackson’s never been in trouble with the law, and other than a diva attitude...
Mark Sanchez, who was cut by the New York Jets last week, will sign with the Philadelphia Eagles, reports ESPN’s Chris Mortensen. Sanchez “failed physical” termination w Jets was protocol. Won’t affect next step – signing with Eagles. He’s on good recovery from surgery — Chris Mortensen (@mortreport) March 24, 2014 Sanchez has been throwing & is about “80 percent”...