Need to Know: Which Redskins will be most affected by Jackson signing? | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Wednesday, April 2, five days before the Redskins start their offseason workouts. Nickel coverage Which current Redskins would be most affected by the Redskins landing DeSean Jackson? Here’s a look at five who will either benefit or be negatively affecte...
DeSean Jackson makes Redskins explosive - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN
The red flags around DeSean Jackson can't be ignored, because by all accounts they're real. And I'm not talking about any affiliations, either. Rathe
Jason Reid: Redskins acquisition of DeSean Jackson should worry opposing defenses - The Washington Post
The acquisition of DeSean Jackson gives opposing defenses plenty to be worried about.
DeSean in DC- ESPN 980 - WASHINGTON D.C.
I hope it works for the Redskins. I just have little faith that it will. The writing is on the wall. DC does stand for "Drama City" as one ex-Redskins player used to say. Sorry to be so negative, while you are drinking the kool-aid. I have heard from thousands of Redskins fans who already didn't like me. Having an opinion that is contrary to their vision has done nothing to make them like me. However, the best thing about this - only time will tell.
DeSean Jackson's impact for the Washington Redskins - NFL Videos
NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport discusses RGIII and DeAngelo Hall's recruitment of DeSean Jackson, and the role the playmaker will have for the squad.
Philadelphia Eagles needed to show patience with DeSean Jackson - ESPN
This is a sad situation for the Philadelphia Eagles and wide receiver DeSean Jackson. Even with the report from anonymous sources, it's difficult to
DeSean Jackson far from the first star to head to a division rival | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo Sports
From Yahoo Sports: Among DeSean Jackson's most serious suitors, only the Redskins offered the ability to play the team that cut him twice a year, when Washington plays NFC East rival Philadelphia. The thought of beating Chip Kelly a couple times a season had to cross Jackson's mind a few times. Jackson isn't the first star to go to a division rival. There have been many instances of a player ending a run with one team, then coming back to play (or coach against) his former team twice a year.
Donald Trump says he will 'look at' possibly investing in Buffalo Bills ownership | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo Sports
From Yahoo Sports: Donald Trump told WBEN radio (via ESPN.com) he has been contacted by a group looking to buy the Bills and he would "look at it." He said he would want to keep the Bills in Buffalo. Bills owner Ralph Wilson died in March.