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Washington Post May 28, 2015

DC Sports Bog: Brian Mitchell defends DeSean Jackson’s decision to skip OTAs

DeSean Jackson informed the Redskins that he was opting out of the team’s organized team activities this week, which was well within his rights under the NFL’s collective bargaining agreement. Attendance at OTAs is voluntary. Jackson, who skipped the first week of last year’s OTAs to go on vacation, told Coach Jay Gruden he’ll join his teammates at Redskins Park next week.Read full article >>
Washington Post May 28, 2015

Redskins Blog: Three reasons why DeSean Jackson erred in skipping Redskins offseason workouts

Redskins Coach Jay Gruden didn’t make a big deal of DeSean Jackson opting out of the off-season workouts that got under way this week, the first on-field sessions involving the full roster.And a host of supporters have defended his right to skip it — just like last year, when the newly signed Jackson missed the first week of Redskins off-season workouts to go on a vacation that he said was previously planned.Read full article >>
CSN Washington May 27, 2015

Mitchell's STRONG response for critics of DeSean skipping OTAs

Many have criticized DeSean Jackson for skipping OTAs and attending Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Finals. Brian Mitchell had a STRONG responses for those people.
Express-Times May 27, 2015
DeSean Jackson skips Washington Redskins' OTAs ... to watch LeBron James make the NBA Finals

DeSean Jackson skips Washington Redskins' OTAs ... to watch LeBron James make the NBA Finals

Jackson missing out on practice to go to an NBA game would seem to lineup with the reasoning the Eagles let him go last year.
Washington Post May 27, 2015

DC Sports Bog: DeSean Jackson watched the Cavs get to the NBA Finals — on the first day of Redskins OTAs

LeBron James and the Cavs had a crowd of over 20,000 at Cleveland’s Quicken Loans Arena in ecstasy Tuesday, as they crushed the Hawks to complete a sweep and reach the NBA Finals. Among that crowd was DeSean Jackson, which was fairly noteworthy, if only because Tuesday also marked the opening of the Redskins’ offseason training activities.Read full article >>
CSN Washington May 26, 2015

DeSean Jackson attends Eastern Conference Finals on first day of OTAs

While other Redskins reported for the first day of OTAs, DeSean Jackson sat court side at Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Finals.
Express-Times May 26, 2015
DeSean Jackson not at the start of Washington Redskins' OTAs

DeSean Jackson not at the start of Washington Redskins' OTAs

The receiver is in the second year of a four-year, $24 million deal he signed last offseason.
CSN Washington May 26, 2015

T. Williams, D. Jackson among 4 Skins starters missing at OTAs

There were a handful of notable absences as OTAs began at Redskins Park on Tuesday, including Trent Williams and DeSean Jackson.
Bleeding Green Nation May 22, 2015

Bradley Fletcher is an above average cornerback, according to Football Outsiders

Say what? Philadelphia Eagles fans were hardly sad to see Bradley Fletcher leave in free agency this offseason, and that's putting it lightly. The veteran cornerback really struggled down the stretch in 2014. His struggles against Dez Bryant in Week 15 especially contributed to the Eagles missing the playoffs despite finishing with a 10-6 record. After being burned on multiple occasions by DeSean Jackson in Week 16, Fletcher was actually benched. It wasn't a surprise to see Fletcher leave in free agency. It also wasn't a surprise to see the Eagles heavily address the cornerback...
Bleeding Green Nation May 14, 2015

Eagles News: Steve Spagnuolo thinks Sam Bradford will succeed in Philadelphia

Philadelphia Eagles news and links for 5/14/2015. Let's get to the links... Reminder: DeSean Jackson's 'new team' stinks - PhillyVoiceOK, so to be fair, there's little question Jackson makes the Redskins better on the field. He led the NFL with 13 catches of 40+ yards. By comparison, only three teams had more. But come on, DeSean. Your team lost nine games last year by at least 10 points. They lost five games by at least 20 points. And three of those 20-point losses came to teams with six or fewer wins. Your new team stinks. Spagnuolo: ‘Great Things’ Ahead For Bradford - Birds 24/7"I ...
Washington Post May 13, 2015

Redskins Blog: Which is actually the team to beat in the NFC East?

As you might have read, DeSean Jackson recently said he thinks Washington is the team to beat in the NFC East this year. The panelists in the video above disagree.It’s not often you hear such bravado from an outfit that went 4-12 the previous season, but Jackson plays for Washington. And it had a nice offseason. Of course he’s confident.Read full article >>
Newark Star-Ledger May 10, 2015
Forget the Giants, Eagles -- DeSean Jackson says Redskins are team to beat in NFC East

Forget the Giants, Eagles -- DeSean Jackson says Redskins are team to beat in NFC East

With the Redskins winning a total of just seven games the past season seasons, making the jump from basement dweller in the NFC East to top place might be a harder jump than Jackson thinks.
Express-Times May 9, 2015

WATCH: DeSean Jackson discusses LeSean McCoy saying Chip Kelly cut 'all the good black players'

In some ways, former Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson has become the poster boy for head coach Chip Kelly's "culture beats scheme" philosophy.
Bleeding Green Nation May 9, 2015

DeSean Jackson says he and LeSean McCoy have moved on to winning teams

Well, about that... LeSean McCoy isn't the only former Eagles player talking about his old team this week. DeSean Jackson recently made an appearance on ESPN to promote his new BET reality show. Jackson was asked to touch on McCoy's comments about Chip Kelly getting rid of "good black players" on the Eagles. Jackson had a curious response. As transcribed by Crossing Broad, bold emphasis is mine: "I’m mean, honestly, I’m further along than that. It’s been two years since I’ve been removed from the Philadelphia Eagles. I’m just excited where I’m at. I don’t really want to...
philly.com May 8, 2015

No. 1 pick Agholor could be No. 1 receiver

When DeSean Jackson was released before last season, one of the biggest questions asked was, How will the Eagles replace his numbers?

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