January 26, 2014; Honolulu, HI, USA; Team Sanders receiver DeSean Jackson of the Philadelphia Eagles (10) fumbles the ball during the 2014 Pro Bowl at Aloha Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

DeSean Jackson Can't Wait To Face The Eagles

Monday night Washington Redskins wide receiver DeSean Jackson was promoting his book, “No Bullies in the Huddle” on the Arsenio Hall Show. He was showcasing his catching ability by catching a football and other items thrown by Arsenio himself. Jackson did well though he bobbled a LP Album but still managed to bring it in. (For you younger guys that is a Long Playing Vinyl Record)

However, he wasn’t interested in catching a fish. See the video here.

Of course the topic of facing the Eagles twice this season came up. Jackson seemed eager to face the Birds,

Oh yeah, twice, two times. Not once, twice. There’s going to be something special about those two games for sure.

He did say however there was no ill-will with anyone in his former locker room.That may be true but he did not mention the Eagles’ coaching staff or the front office,

As far as being a bad energy in the locker room, none of that stuff ever occurred. I love my teammates, I love to go out there and do the things I can to help my team win and at the end of the day, that’s all it’s about.

I am sure their will be some ill-will on the field when these two teams meet. Jackson will obviously want to rub it in the Eagles coaching staff and executives faces a little bit by letting him go.

I know I would if I were him.


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    He should rub it in. Notice how Jackson never takes the bait when prodded to speak badly about his former team, teammates, or coach. Despite having his character assassinated by “anonymous sources” close to the team (only to be defended by the starting QB and RB and a handful of other players), Jackson has taken the high road. How ironic that he is demonstrating more class and character than those that accuse him of lacking those attributes.

    Can’t wait to see him blow the top off of that weak Eagle secondary.