DeSean Jackson: Wide Receiver, Special Teams, or just Special?


When you’re rebuilding anything from the ground up, you need to start with a good foundation. Foundations, much like special teams and wide receiver corps need to be both deep and solid. One of the Washington Redskins wide receivers will be a much needed cornerstone in 2015: DeSean William Jackson.

leonardskins LeonardSkins
RedskinsTailgate GM, Senior Staff Writer

DeSean Jackson wears two hats, as wide receiver and return specialist for the Washington Redskins. He was an All-American at Uni of California, Berkeley and was drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles in the second round of the 2008 NFL Draft. Jackson has been selected to the Pro Bowl three times. He is the first player selected to the Pro Bowl at two different positions(2010 Pro Bowl as a wide receiver and return specialist). He is one of the fastest and quickest players in the NFL, He has run 10.5 seconds in the 100 meters.

One man’s loss is another man’s gain as they say and the Washington Redskins picked up DeSean Jackson after the Philadelphia Eagles released him in 2014. DeSean Jackson is one of the key players our 2015 Washington Redskins football team will be built around, I believe with Jay Grudens system, and his own talent and leadership qualities and dedication and great work ethic, Jackson will have a banner year and help take the Redskins to the NFC East Championship and NFC playoffs. HAIL DeSean Jackson

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3 thoughts on “DeSean Jackson: Wide Receiver, Special Teams, or just Special?

  1. Thanks for the compliment Arlene! It looks like DeSean, or someone in his camp denjoyed it too, because the DeSean Jackson Foundation reposted Len’s article and our video at the Foundation website, lol.

    I’d say that amounts to a successful days work!

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