DeSean Jackson | WR | Washington Redskins
Posted: 12/14/2014 12:04am et
Washington Redskins WR DeSean Jackson (leg) is 50-50 to play in Week 15, according to head coach Jay Gruden.
Huddle Up: Jackson will be a game-time decision against the Giants. If he plays, Jackson is a WR3 for fantasy playoffs.
Posted: 12/12/2014 2:50pm et
Washington Redskins WR DeSean Jackson (shin) is listed as questionable for Week 15 against the New York Giants.
Huddle Up: Jackson, coming off a missed Week 14 start, has been limited most of the week, but he has ordered custom-made cleats for this week so, hey, that's one positive sign. Jackson owners, though, are advised to check the Huddle's Game-Day Inactives, Injury and Weather report Sunday morning to get confirmation on his status.
Posted: 12/11/2014 2:44pm et
Washington Redskins WR DeSean Jackson (shin) said he did more in practice Thursday, Dec. 11, but he is not where he wants to be yet.
Huddle Up: Jackson is progressing, and what he can do -- or can't do -- Friday will likely determine if he'll play Sunday against the Giants or miss a second straight game.
Posted: 12/10/2014 6:20pm et
Washington Redskins WR DeSean Jackson (shin) was limited in practice Wednesday, Dec. 10 and is 50-50 to play in Week 15 against the New York Giants, according to head coach Jay Gruden.
Huddle Up: Jackson has a decent chance of playing this week after sitting out in Week 14, but let's see what he's able to do Thursday and Friday.
Posted: 12/9/2014 12:27am et
Washington Redskins WR DeSean Jackson's (leg) status for Week 15 is uncertain at this point, but the team hopes he will be able to play, according to head coach Jay Gruden.
Huddle Up: It will be a week of monitoring injury reports for Jackson owners after the WR missed his first game of the season.
Posted: 12/5/2014 2:25pm et
Washington Redskins WR DeSean Jackson (shin) missed practice Friday, Dec. 5 and is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Rams.
Huddle Up: Jackson hasn't practiced all week after getting injured last Sunday, and even though he's a gamer, he has to be considered a rather iffy Week 14 proposition at this point. Be prepared for a game-time decision, and get your backup plans in order in the meantime.
Posted: 12/4/2014 10:28am et
Updating previous reports, Washington Redskins WR DeSean Jackson (leg) was still visibly limping on the sidelines Wednesday, Dec. 3.
Huddle Up: Jackson still has a few days to lose the limp and play, but it's a situation worth monitoring if you're banking on a big fantasy outing from DJax this week.
Posted: 12/1/2014 2:37pm et
Washington Redskins WR DeSean Jackson's (leg) fibula contusion isn't believed to be serious, and he's not expected to miss any time, according to a source close to him.
Huddle Up: Jackson's official status should be updated later in the day but early reports sound promising. He's likely to miss practice time this week though at the very least.
Posted: 11/30/2014 10:27pm et
Washington Redskins WR DeSean Jackson (leg) left the Week 13 game against the Indianapolis Colts due to a right fibula contusion. He was helped to the sidelines in the fourth quarter and carted off to the locker room. He was limping noticeably after the game, and might be re-examined Monday, Dec. 1. However, X-rays were negative.
Huddle Up: We'll have to wait until Monday to get more information on Jackson's injury. It sounds like he'll miss practice time for sure and he should be considered questionable for Week 14.
Posted: 10/28/2014 11:27am et
Washington Redskins WR DeSean Jackson had six catches on seven targets for 136 yards in Week 8, and he has topped 100 receiving yards three times in his last four games after managing just one 100-yard game in the first four games of the season.
Huddle Up: Jackson was on the business end of a long ball from Colt McCoy Monday night, a bit surprising given McCoy's perceived limitations in that area. He's providing Jay Gruden's offense with more than just a deep threat, however, and whether it's McCoy again or RG3 at the helm Jackson remains Washington's go-to receiver.
Posted: 10/7/2014 11:28am et
Washington Redskins WR DeSean Jackson had five catches for 157 yards, including a 60-yard score, Monday, Oct. 6.
Huddle Up: Big plays are what D-Jax does best, and he found success even against the vaunted Seattle secondary. Bodes well for his fantasy prospects going forward.
Posted: 9/25/2014 7:57pm et
Washington Redskins WR DeSean Jackson (shoulder) is active Thursday, Sept. 25, against the New York Giants.
Huddle Up: As expected, Jackson is a full go tonight in D.C. Start him if you need him.
Posted: 9/25/2014 2:11pm et
Washington Redskins WR DeSean Jackson (shoulder) will test his injured shoulder before the game but is expected to play in Week 4.
Huddle Up: Jackson is a gamer, and you're really not doubting him now after his 5-117-1 showing with the injured shoulder past Sunday in Philly are you?
Posted: 9/22/2014 7:20pm et
Washington Redskins WR DeSean Jackson (shoulder) was limited during practice Monday, Sept. 22. The team participated in a jog-through Monday.
Huddle Up: Jackson was targeted a healthy 11 times Sunday and had a 5-117-1 outing vs. old team in Philly and seemed to emerge from the contest no worse for wear so expect him to be a full-go Thursday night.
Posted: 9/19/2014 2:06pm et
Washington Redskins WR DeSean Jackson (shoulder) is listed as questionable for Week 3 against the Philadelphia Eagles. Head coach Jay Gruden said Jackson made steps in a 'positive direction,' however. Jackson went through individual drills in practice Friday, Sept. 19.
Huddle Up: Jackson is dealing with a painful AC joint sprain, and it will likely come down to a Sunday-morning decision. The guess here is that he'll play vs. his former team, but we're a little less than 48 hours from knowing for sure.
Posted: 9/17/2014 3:45pm et
Washington Redskins WR DeSean Jackson (shoulder) will play in Week 3 against the Philadelphia Eagles, his former team, according to Eagles RB LeSean McCoy. "He's playing," McCoy said. "He said he's definitely playing. That's the first thing he texted, he said 'I'm playing.' "
Huddle Up: Jackson didn't practice Wednesday as he recovers from his mild AC joint sprain, but most all reports have the WR lining up Sunday against his former team. See what the rest of the week holds.
Posted: 9/15/2014 8:53pm et
Washington Redskins WR DeSean Jackson (shoulder), who is day-to-day with a shoulder sprain, said he plans to play in Week 3 against the Philadelphia Eagles, according to a source that has talked with Jackson. Head coach Jay Gruden said Jackson's playing status will be determined based on pain throughout the week.
Huddle Up: It's no secret Jackson would love to square off against his former team, but he's going to have to demonstrate he's ready in the next 6 days. Stay tuned ...
Posted: 9/14/2014 8:14pm et
Updating a previous report, Washington Redskins WR DeSean Jackson (shoulder) suffered a sprained AC joint in the first quarter of the Week 2 game against the Jacksonville Jaguars. 'I feel a little better from when it first happened,' Jackson said Sunday, Sept. 14. 'The player actually just fell right on my shoulder.' Jackson said he considers himself day to day, and it is too early to know if he'll be ready for the Week 3 game against the Philadelphia Eagles.
Huddle Up: If Jackson can't play in Week 3 he'll be replaced by a combination of Andre Roberts and Ryan Grant. Both receivers would have a strong matchup against a weak Eagles secondary.
Posted: 8/11/2014 10:55am et
Washington Redskins WR DeSean Jackson (ankle) returned to practice Monday, Aug. 11, and has caught three touchdown passes from QB Robert Griffin III.
Huddle Up: Sounds like Jackson's ankle is healthy, and the hookup with RG3 is in full force.
Posted: 8/10/2014 11:28pm et
Washington Redskins WR DeSean Jackson (ankle) is expected to start sprinting and cutting in the next few days, according to head coach Jay Gruden. Gruden indicated Jackson may be able to play in the second preseason game.
Huddle Up: RGIII, Washington fans and certain fantasy GMs are anxious to see the team's prize offseason addition in action after Jackson missed the Skins' preseason opener. Jackson currently has an ADP hovering around 54 as the 21st WR coming off the board.
Posted: 8/6/2014 10:22am et
Washington Redskins WR DeSean Jackson (ankle) left practice with what is believed to be an ankle injury Wednesday, Aug. 6. His ankle is wrapped as he sits on the sidelines.
Huddle Up: Not ideal, but too early to get overly concerned about the severity of the injury. We'll wait for more info out of Redskins camp.
Posted: 8/1/2014 11:17am et
A federal court hearing will take place Monday, Aug. 4, to determine whether Washington Redskins WR DeSean Jackson will have to repay agent Drew Rosenhaus $516,000 as an NFL arbitrator previously ruled.
Huddle Up: A little off-the-field drama for D-Jax, though his paychecks from Dan Snyder should soften the blow of serving up half a mil to Drew Rosenhaus.
Posted: 6/11/2014 11:51pm et
Washington Redskins head coach Jay Gruden said WR DeSean Jackson (hamstring) was able to do some running during organized team activities but probably is not 100 percent at this point. Jackson has looked tentative at times coming out of cuts.
Huddle Up: It's too early in the offseason to be overly concerned about Jackson's health. If he's still gimpy and limited once training camp starts, then it might be time to look for the panic button.
Posted: 5/29/2014 7:57pm et
Washington Redskins WR DeSean Jackson (hamstring) said his injured left hamstring is 'just a little tight,' and he doesn't think it's a serious issue. Jackson is excited about the upcoming season with his new team, and he has adapted well to his new surroundings and new teammates during organized team activities.
Huddle Up: Nothing to really worry about with the calendar still reading "May," but hammy issues often linger, and it'll be something to keep an eye on over the summer.
Posted: 4/17/2014 3:33pm et
An arbitrator ruled that Washington Redskins WR DeSean Jackson owes former agent Drew Rosenhaus $516,415 in back loans and fees.
Huddle Up: Looks like Jackson -- who just signed a 4-year, $32 mil deal with the Skins -- will have to pony up and peel a few bills off the top of his fresh bankroll.
Posted: 4/2/2014 1:10am et
Tuesday's deal between the Washington Redskins and WR DeSean Jackson appears to be a 3-year pact. Financial terms of the deal are still undisclosed.
Huddle Up: With the offseason additions of Jackson, the deep burner they've lacked, and ex-Cardinal Andre Roberts paired with 2013 receptions leader Pierre Garcon, the Skins suddenly have a potent WR corps for RGIII. At the same time with all the targets -- especially if TE Jordan Reed can come back strong -- don't count on Jackson or Garcon approaching their career-high numbers.
Posted: 4/1/2014 8:27pm et
Free-agent WR DeSean Jackson (Eagles) has left Redskins park, but will stay in Washington in hopes of getting a deal done with the team. His agent reportedly is in negotiations with the club.
Huddle Up: The speedy Jackson and RGIII's big arm could form a potent combo -- one that could turn out to haunt the in-division rival Eagles. See what develops.
Posted: 3/30/2014 10:49pm et
Updating a previous report, the Carolina Panthers will not pursue free-agent WR DeSean Jackson (Eagles).
Huddle Up: The Panthers, with their limited budget, signed free agents Jerricho Cotchery and Tiquan Underwood, and those two could wind up being the team's starters, pending what Carolina does in the draft.
Posted: 3/30/2014 10:49pm et
The Oakland Raiders are willing to make a substantial offer to free-agent WR DeSean Jackson (Eagles) but will not get into a bidding war for him.
Huddle Up: The Silver & Black already have signed wideout James Jones, but luring Jackson back to the Golden State would a strong WR corps for new QB Matt Schaub.
Posted: 3/30/2014 2:27pm et
The Buffalo Bills are said to be a serious suitor for free-agent WR DeSean Jackson (Eagles) but will not get into a bidding war.
Huddle Up: Sure, the Bills could always use another outside weapon for second-year QB EJ Manuel, but they'll be fine with the likes of Stevie Johnson, TJ Graham, Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin if the right price can't be agreed upon.
Posted: 3/28/2014 1:16pm et
The Philadelphia Eagles released WR DeSean Jackson Friday, March 28.
Huddle Up: Well, that escalated quickly. Trade rumors surrounding DJax had been swirling, but the Eagles evidently couldn't find a willing partner and had enough of Jackson's act. Jackson is still capable of providing a team with a dangerous playmaking element, and now he has his pick of teams. This should be interesting.
Posted: 3/23/2014 4:07pm et
The New York Jets have measured interest in Philadelphia Eagles WR DeSean Jackson that will intensify if the Eagles release him.
Huddle Up: Jackson became more interesting to the Jets with the signing of ex-Philly teammate Michael Vick, but there are plenty of hurdles ahead, including the number of other teams interested in the wideout and Jackson's high salary-cap figure ($12M).
Posted: 3/21/2014 8:32pm et
The Philadelphia Eagles have intensified their efforts to try to trade WR DeSean Jackson within the past week.
Huddle Up: This has been a much-rumored move, and with Philly having inked Riley Cooper and Jeremy Maclin they do have a surplus of wide receivers. Jackson still has plenty left in the tank, and in the right situation would be a viable fantasy WR1.
Posted: 3/20/2014 7:47pm et
The New England Patriots have expressed interest in trading for Philadelphia Eagles WR DeSean Jackson.
Huddle Up: The Niners and Jets reportedly also are interested, but N.E. obviously presents the most fantasy upside with Tom Brady at QB and the team's need for outside WR help.
Posted: 3/19/2014 12:36pm et
The Philadelphia Eagles may be shopping WR DeSean Jackson because head coach Chip Kelly doesn't want him around. Kelly has a final say on the 53-man roster, and Jackson has had a couple of dustups with coaches.
Huddle Up: The Eagles re-signed both Jeremy Maclin and Riley Cooper, as well as acquiring Darren Sproles, so they would have bodies to replace Jackson in their offense. DJax, meanwhile, can still play and would have a chip on his shoulder to motivate him if Philly ships him out of town.
Posted: 3/18/2014 10:47pm et
The Philadelphia Eagles are serious about listening to trade offers for WR DeSean Jackson, and the team is at least seeking a third-round pick and potentially more in return for Jackson. The Eagles have already heard from the San Francisco 49ers and New England Patriots. Jackson is two years into his five-year, $51 million extension and will make $10.25 million in base salary in 2014.
Huddle Up: Jackson's big-play ability is enticing as he's one of 5 NFL wideouts to catch a 100 or more passes since 2008 and average more than 17 yards a reception, so don't be surprised if a deal gets cut long before the May draft.
Posted: 3/3/2014 1:18am et
Some people in the Philadelphia Eagles organization believe WR DeSean Jackson's personality is not a great fit with the locker room culture head coach Chip Kelly is looking to create, and that the team could be open to trading Jackson.
Huddle Up: Jackson is coming off a career season (82-1,332-9), but something could be in the works with Philly already getting deals done with fellow wideouts Riley Cooper and Jeremy Maclin this offseason.
Posted: 1/24/2014 11:02pm et
Philadelphia Eagles WR DeSean Jackson earned a base salary escalator in 2013. He's slated to earn $10.5 million in 2014.
Huddle Up: With Riley Cooper and Jeremy Maclin both hitting free agency this offseason, the Eagles will be putting a bunch of money into the wide receiver position. It remains to be seen if Jackson's pay raise costs Philly one or both of his wingmen.
Posted: 1/10/2014 12:57pm et
Updating a previous report, the Philadelphia Eagles likely will not look to restructure WR DeSean Jackson's contract this offseason in order to reduce his 2014 salary cap figure. He is scheduled to count $12.5 million against the salary cap next season.
Huddle Up: With both Jeremy Maclin and Riley Cooper free agents, it would make sense to try to work Jackson's cap number down. But Jackson has made noise about wanting to be paid more, not less, so unless the Eagles have a creative solution to make DeSean happy while alos freeing up money for Maclin and Cooper, status quo might be the best case scenario for the Eagles.