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CSN Washington Sep 2, 2015

RG3, Jackson receive awards at annual Redskins luncheon

Robert Griffin III, DeSean Jackson, Darrel Young and Tress Way were among several Redskins to earn honors at the team's annual welcome home luncheon.
philly.com Sep 2, 2015

NFL: DeSean says he can relate to RG3

DeSean Jackson said he can relate to what Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III is going through. After Griffin lost the starting job on Monday, Jackson compared it with his leaving the Eagles after the 2013 season.
CSN Washington Sep 1, 2015

DeSean Jackson discusses Robert Griffin III's 'unfortunate situation'

DeSean Jackson says he can empathize with benched Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III.
Washington Post Sep 1, 2015

Redskins Blog: DeSean Jackson offers support for Robert Griffin III, expresses confidence in Kirk Cousins

A year-and-a-half ago, the Philadelphia Eagles abruptly showed their No. 1 wide receiver the door, and shortly after, DeSean Jackson landed with the Washington Redskins. Embracing the fresh start, Jackson went on to establish worth with the Redskins, leading the team with six receiving touchdowns and 1,169 yards on 56 receptions.Read full article >>
Washington Post Aug 31, 2015

DC Sports Bog: DeSean Jackson’s basic Instagram post is epically sexist

The sooner DeSean Jackson is healthy enough to return to the field the better, because it will presumably mean the Redskins receiver will have less time to share deep thoughts on Instagram. And by deep thoughts, I mean sexist, shallow drivel like the message he posted Saturday morning:Read full article >>
Bleeding Green Nation Aug 31, 2015

Eagles News: DeSean Jackson posts sexist message on Instagram

Philadelphia Eagles news and links for 8/31/15. Let's get to the links... DeSean Jackson posted sexist trash on Instagram - SB NationIt's been a banner week for Washington. Nobody can decide if Robert Griffin III is done. A nasty tackle sparked a fight against the Baltimore Ravens and DeSean Jackson is saying vile, stupid, sexist crap on his Instagram account. Washington's PR department must be on fire right now. That's the only possible excuse for why this still exists on his account. If there's one saving grace it's that this is an isolated incident and no other NFL players would dare to...
CSN Washington Aug 26, 2015

Should Redskins' Jackson play vs. Ravens?

It's still just the preseason but the Redskins offense is badly in need of a shot in the arm. If DeSean Jackson is able to play against the Ravens on Sunday, should he?
Washington Post Aug 25, 2015

With offense in need of preseason lift, DeSean Jackson remains grounded

DeSean Jackson was the Washington Redskins’ most significant offseason acquisition in 2014, signed to give Robert Griffin III a big-time playmaker in the passing game. But with the team’s starting offense in crisis heading into its final preseason test, Jackson won’t be available to supply a desperately needed spark.Read full article >>
Washington Post Aug 25, 2015

Redskins Blog: DeSean Jackson unlikely to play at Baltimore

Wide receiver DeSean Jackson went through the individual portion of practice for a second consecutive session, and he has regained his full range of motion in his previously sprained left shoulder. But coach Jay Gruden doesn’t expect to have the Redskins‘ most explosive offensive weapon when they play the Baltimore Ravens in the third preseason game Saturday night.Read full article >>
CSN Washington Aug 25, 2015

Promising news on Redskins' Jordan Reed, less so for DeSean Jackson

Redskins coach Jay Gruden reveals some good news on Jordan Reed's injury recovery, but a slower timetable for WR DeSean Jackson.
Washington Post Aug 25, 2015

Redskins Blog: DeSean Jackson and Jordan Reed ease back into practice

The Redskins‘ first-team offense may be stalled midway thru the preseason, but it has no shortage of quality wide receivers.Tuesday, when the team regrouped for practice at Redskins Park, two key receiving targets who’ve been sidelined by injury the past two weeks started easing back to work: DeSean Jackson and tight end Jordan Reed.Read full article >>
Washington Post Aug 23, 2015

Redskins Blog: Crowder, Jackson, Hall all on the mend, return to practice

A number of injured Redskins players made it back onto the practice field in varying capacities on Sunday.Rookie wide receiver Jamison Crowder (left hamstring) practiced fully for the first time since Aug. 7. He took part in individual drills during Washington’s pregame warmups last Thursday. Inside linebacker Will Compton (groin), cornerback DeAngelo Hall (sprained left big toe) and wide receiver DeSean Jackson (sprained shoulder) all took part in individual drills. And cornerback Bashaud Breeland (sprained medial collateral ligament in his right knee) took part in a limited amount of...
Music City Miracles Aug 20, 2015

Robert Griffin III Injury Update: Redskins QB leaves preseason game

RG3 just cannot stay healthy.  The Washington Redskins quarterback had to leave tonight's preseason game with a possible "head injury and right side stinger" according to Chris Mortensen of ESPN.  It might be a good idea for the Redskins to put him on the shelf until the season starts. Griffin still has a lot of upside from a fantasy perspective.  He has a great arm and receivers like Pierre Garcon and DeSean Jackson that can get behind the defense for big plays.  They also have a very productive running back in Alfred Morris, but even with all of that, RG3 is pretty much undraftable...
CSN Washington Aug 20, 2015

Redskins' Jackson, Williams out tonight versus Lions

DeSean Jackson, Jordan Reed and Trent Williams are among the ten Redskins who will not participate in tonight's preseason game against the Lions.
Washington Post Aug 20, 2015

Redskins Blog: DeSean Jackson’s still not playing, but Robert Griffin III isn’t all that concerned

Thursday’s preseason game against Detroit marks two weeks to the day that Redskins wide receiver DeSean Jackson injured his left shoulder in a one-on-one training-camp drill. That’s the outer limit of Jackson’s projected window for returning to practice. Coach Jay Gruden said at the time he expected Jackson back in the lineup in “one-to-two weeks, depending on how he can tolerate the pain.”Read full article >>

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