DeSean Jackson had a career year in 2013 with the Eagles and head coach Chip Kelly. Will he repeat that performance in Washington?
The controversial decision by the Eagles to release Jackson, followed by him potentially signing in Washington, spurred a ton of fan reaction.
Cris Carter On DeSean Jackson: “Praying This Is The 2nd Biggest Mistake Eagles Made In Their History”
Cris Carter, a fourth round draft pick of the Eagles in 1987, played three seasons with the team. In 1989, Carter was released by Buddy Ryan after tallying up 45 catches, for 605 yards, and 11 touchdowns, his best season to date, due to off-the-field issues
The way it looks now, the Eagles have considerably weakened themselves on the field by extracting DeSean Jackson, while potentially extremely strengthening the Washington Redskins, their NFC East rivals, if the ’Skins sign him.
DeSean Jackson will not be wearing midnight green next season, but the odds say he will likely line up against them twice this season.
The Eagles released wide receiver DeSean Jackson, but there’s a chance they could be on the field with him twice this season.
Another week, another dizzying array of rumors, Instagrams, tweets and non-committal stances from the Philadelphia Eagles on the status and future of DeSean Jackson.
Former Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson has released a statement regarding his release from the team.
The Philadelphia Eagles announced today that they have released wide receiver DeSean Jackson.
Chris Stigall spoke with CBS 3’s Sports Director Beasley Reece Friday on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT about the Eagles’ recent acquisition of quarterback Mark Sanchez.
It’s official, Mark Sanchez is a member of the Philadelphia Eagles.
Over the past few days, trade rumors have swirling about Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson. The conversation, whether on Twitter, in the streets of Philadelphia, or on 94.1 WIP, has been dominated by Jackson opinions, theories, and conspiracies.
The Eagles will sign former Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez, according to a report from Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports.
Louisville safety Calvin Pryor says he’d love to play for the Eagles, and Brian Dawkins was his favorite player.
The NFL will place a heavy emphasis on enforcing its player conduct rules, something Rams coach Jeff Fisher calls “a front-of-the-book issue.”