Originally posted on Football Nation  |  Last updated 3/23/14
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 in favor of that," Vick said. "But who knows, it takes a lot to make a trade happen (with) all of the intricacies of a contract. It's not for us as players to decide. But hopefully everything will work out for DeSean. If he ends up in New York, we'll be happy, just as happy as he will be. But who knows, you can't say."While Decker is a nice fit for New York, it still lacks a second option in the passing game. If the Jets trade for Jackson, the offense improves immediately. But if he does not land in New York, where would he likely show up? Here are four other teams that could via for his services.OaklandLess than a week ago, we were talking about how the Raiders have made some odd moves in free agency. But with Matt Schaub on board and James Jones under contract and the potential for Jackson to move west, the Raiders offense does not look too bad right now.BaltimoreThe team signed Steve Smith and if it adds Jackson, that is just speed to burn with Torrey Smith on the outside. I like this move if it happens. The team is also rumored to be looking at LeGarrette Blount to help with the running game. CarolinaWith virtually no receivers on the roster, the Panthers figure to be on the phone trying to hammer out a deal for a trade or will be at his doorstep the minute he is released. This would be a solid move ad give Cam Newton a solid target to throw to.JacksonvilleI do not know if this would work with his demeanor, but Jackson would help a pas catching-starved team like the Jaguars. The team singed Tandon Doss to help at the second receiver slot, but he can also be countred on to return kicks. Jackson's versatiltiy would be welcomed in Florida.   
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