Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson has created a firestorm due to controversial dispatches on social media. Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports

DeSean Jackson says he doesn't hate Jewish people after posting anti-Semitic quotes

Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson is in hot water after posting anti-Semitic quotes on social media that he attributed to Adolf Hitler, along with expressing his admiration for Louis Farrakhan, the controversial leader of the Nation of Islam.

Jackson recently shared two posts on Instagram -- on Saturday and on Monday -- in which praised Farrakhan.

Jackson has also voiced his support for Farrakhan, who has been criticized for his anti-semitic and homophobic remarks, in the past. His posts were quickly criticized as being hateful and Jackson responded by saying his posts were being taken the "wrong way."

"Anyone who feels I have hate towards the Jewish community took my post the wrong way," he posted on his Instagram story. "I have no hatred in my heart toward no one!! Equality. Equality."

The Philadelphia Eagles have yet to respond but ESPN's Adam Schefter tweeted that the team will be responding Tuesday. It is not yet known if Jackson will face a suspension or fine for his actions.

Blake Harper is a writer based in New York. He's originally from San Diego and is one of the few Chargers fans left. He doesn't believe in ties and loves elaborate celebrations. Follow him on Twitter @beezyharps 

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