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Topic - Desean Jackson
There are always winners and losers in any free agent deal and the DeSean Jackson signing had some major ripple effects. Tandler and Tarik take a look.
In 2013 Pierre Garcon clearly took the Redskins No. 1 wide receiver role. With DeSean Jackson in the fold for 2014, will Garcon keep that role?
We are a month and a half away from seeing Jay Gruden's offense being unveiled, at least the OTAs version of it. What will it look like? Tarik and Tandler take a look.
Robert Griffin III and DeSean Jackson share a night out on the town by going to a restaurant in DC.
DeSean Jackson has reported to work and the Redskins have pictures to prove it.
DeSean Jackson has reported for the Washington Redskins' voluntary offseason workout program after skipping the first week to take a vacation.
A lot was said about DeSean Jackson after he was cut by the Philadelphia Eagles. Rumors ran rampant, almost all negative. Eagles RB LeSean McCoy didn't see it.
When the Redskins signed Andre Roberts, he looked like a lock for the No. 2 WR role. Now with DeSean Jackson on the team, what's Roberts' role?
Wide receiver Andre Roberts didn't expect DeSean Jackson to fall into the Redskins' lap. Now he's left to wonder where he falls on the depth chart.
20 questions: The Redskins' draft class of 2011 is on the verge of becoming a major bust. Can anyone besides Ryan Kerrigan step up and save it?
From the moment DeSean Jackson was released, the Redskins knew they wanted the wide receiver--badly.
In his role as football analyst, Ryan Clark commented on various RGIII controversies. As a member of the Redskins, Clark and the QB had a conversation about those comments.
Monday marked the first day of OTAs for the Redskins, and like most things involving this team, it came with a bit of drama. What should have been a simple day of voluntary player workouts eventually centered around the absence of newly signed free agent wide receiver DeSean Jackson.
Trent Williams defended DeSean Jackson from his detractors on Monday, saying, in part, "I don't think he's a bad guy."
The left tackle defended his new teammate on Monday, saying that the allegations that have surrounded Jackson in recent weeks, from possible associations to gang members to the notion that he can be a disruptive presence in the locker room, have to be viewed skeptically.
But he steadfastly denied being in a gang and said he has a matured in recent years.
Jackson added: "I was sitting there waiting for a reason why. But that's basically all I can really say from the conversation was, ‘We're moving forward and I think it's best for us and I think it's best for you. Basically we're going to go let you negotiate with 31 other teams.'