Corrects WR Jackson injury on previous tweet. Jackson (hamstring), CB Rogers (foot), and LB Spaight (concussion) ruled out.
CSN Mid-Atlantic "Redskins wide receiver DeSean Jackson said he knew right away that his hamstring injury was a significant one. “I never had to deal with feeling an injury [that] popped like this,” Jackson said. “I was definitely worried because I never felt that before, with a pop in my hamstring. I..." September 16
ESPN "Washington Redskins wide receiver DeSean Jackson is expected to miss three to four weeks with the strained hamstring he suffered Sunday, coach Jay Gruden said Monday. Jackson underwent an MRI on Monday. Gruden said it's possible Jackson could return earlier than expected, "but you never know..." September 15
Redskins WR Desean Jackson expected to miss three to four weeks with strained hamstring, per source.
CBS Sports "DeSean Jackson didn't register any stats for the Redskins during Sunday's Week 1 17-10 loss to Miami and he probably won't register any for the next few weeks. CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason La Canfora reports Jackson is dealing with a strained hamstring that will keep him sidelined for a couple..." September 14
Washington Post "The Washington Redskins lost two starters in Sunday’s season-opening loss to the Miami Dolphins. Strong safety Duke Ihenacho fractured and dislocated his left wrist, coach Jay Gruden said. Meanwhile, wide receiver DeSean Jackson strained his left hamstring. Both players will have MRI exams..." September 14
ESPN "Washington Redskins star wide receiver DeSean Jackson will miss the remainder of Sunday's season opener against the Miami Dolphins after suffering a hamstring injury in the first quarter. Jackson suffered the injury on the first play of the Redskins' second series, when he ran a deep route on..." September 13
CBS Sports "Back in May, wide receiver DeSean Jackson told ESPN 980 that the Redskins would be the team to beat in the NFC East this season. "Well if you want to be political and say on paper, I think all the ESPN guys and all the bloggers will probably say the Dallas Cowboys," Jackson said at the time...." September 09
Complex "The 2015-16 NFL season hasn't kicked off yet, so every single NFL fan base out there is still hopeful that this could be their favorite team's year. Even fans of the Browns, Titans, and Buccaneers are like, "Hey, it could happen for us!" Redskins fans probably shouldn't be too hopeful, though,..." September 09
Fox Sports "The bad injury news keeps pouring in for the Washington Redskins. We learned earlier that DeAngelo Hall will be sidelined for "at least a week", and now, wide receiver DeSean Jackson will reportedly miss the next 1-2 weeks with an AC joint sprain in his shoulder, according to the Washington..." August 07
CSN Washington "DeSean Jackson slipped at practice and injured his shoulder falling to the ground. After trainers examined him on the field, the receiver was spotted back on the sidelines with his pads off. A wrap was put on the shoulder and Jackson was talking with Redskins President Bruce Allen. Word was the..." August 06
ESPN "The word poked at his competitive side, prompting receiver DeSean Jackson to issue a reminder. So when he was asked Monday how one teammate, cornerback Chris Culliver, challenged him in practice, the wide receiver made one point clear. "I don't think no one can guard me," Jackson said. "It's..." August 03
ESPN "DeSean Jackson said the Philadelphia Eagles "tried to blow me up" with a "smear campaign" after the wide receiver was released by the team in 2014. Jackson, who is now with the Washington Redskins, revealed parts of his personal life and his football career during Tuesday's debut of his new BET..." July 01
ESPN "Washington Redskins receiver DeSean Jackson let his teammates and coaches know where he would be last week. They didn't have an issue with him skipping voluntary workouts, so Jackson is not about to worry if anyone else does. The veteran receiver returned this week after missing the first week..." June 03
Courier-Post "When the Eagles last saw DeSean Jackson, he was intent on showing his former teammates, coaches and fans what they were missing after they released him last spring. Sure, Jackson had a long touchdown reception, an 81-yarder, but the revenge factor was muted somewhat as the Eagles won the game..." December 17
Gruden says DeSean can "jog pretty good " but hasn't cut it loose. Gruden says he's 50/50 proposition vs # Giants #Redskins
San Jose Mercury News "Cal product DeSean Jackson pondered returning to the Bay Area and "came close" to signing with the 49ers as a free agent. Instead, the standout wide receiver opted for a Washington franchise that's 3-7 entering Sunday's game at Levi's Stadium. While the 49ers reworked their receiving corps by..." November 19
Rotoworld "The short week wasn't a concern for Jackson after he escaped Week 3 without setbacks. He's Rotoworld's No. 22 receiver for Week 4. " September 25
Jordan Reed has been ruled out for Sunday. Desean Jackson is questionable
CSN Washington "Eagles coach Chip Kelly shocked the NFL world when he decided to cut DeSean Jackson during the offseason. Kelly claimed that Jackson wasn't the right fit for his offense. As the wide receiver prepares to meet his former team for the first time on Sunday, Philly.com asked Kelly how much he was..." September 18
DeSean Jackson “intends to play” this week per @RapSheet. Not considered a major injury.
News on #Washington WR DeSean Jackson is promising today. Woke up "sore" from shoulder injury, but looks like no serious structural damage.
ESPN "Redskins receiver DeSean Jackson, who missed the preseason opener with a twisted ankle, said he will play in Washington's second preseason game against Cleveland on Monday. Jackson did not play against New England after hurting his ankle in a walk-through the previous day, when a Patriots..." August 11
Washington Post "Wide receiver DeSean Jackson says he thinks his addition to the Washington Redskins this offseason will prove to be beneficial to both him and Pierre Garcon, the team’s top holdover wideout. “I respect Garcon,” Jackson said after Tuesday’s opening practice of this week’s minicamp at Redskins..." June 18
Chip Kelly: "We had no offers for DeSean. It doesn't matter what we wanted, because we had no offers."
CBS Sports "This offseason saw DeSean Jackson cut by the Eagles and quickly land in Washington. As a receiver for the Redskins, he'll get to face his old team twice a year. And Jackson definitely knows this. Asked on The Arsenio Hall Show if he was looking forward to revenge against Chip Kelly and the..." April 22
CBS Philly "In the days following DeSean Jackson’s release by the Eagles, speculation ran rampant as to the reasons why. Everything was to blame from Jackson’s petulant, rambunctious sideline behavior, to his alleged gang ties, to Jackson’s character, to this being Chip Kelly’s fault. But what a number of..." April 04
Pro Football Talk "Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman has looked at the Eagles’ treatment of DeSean Jackson and Riley Cooper, and Sherman doesn’t like what he sees. Sherman writes at TheMMQB.com that there’s something wrong with the fact that the Eagles cut Jackson on the day that a story alleging he has ties to..." April 03
CSN Bay Area "The San Francisco 49ers and Oakland Raiders both reached out to the Los Angeles Police Department to confirm reports of DeSean Jackson's continued involvement with alleged members of Los Angeles street gangs; LAPD confirmed the reports, CSNBayArea.com has learned. Last week, NJ.com reported..." April 02
ESPN "The Washington Redskins and wide receiver DeSean Jackson appear to be moving closer to an agreement on a contract, sources told ESPN. Jackson arrived in northern Virginia on Monday night and dined with members of the Redskins coaching staff, including coach Jay Gruden. He later went to a club..." April 01
Said a source close to Jackson on Redskins: "Done deal."
Philly.com "It is hard to know what Chip Kelly thinks about his public reputation. He has done so little to cultivate the media that we are a fallow field at this point. We have become so used to the game and its accepted rules - coach comes in; coach whispers an occasional sweet nothing into a couple of..." April 01
CBS Sports "DeSean Jackson's high school athletic director and counselor are the latest to come forward and say the NFL wide receiver doesn't have any gang affiliations, which was originally alleged in a NJ.com story last week. "DeSean is a great guy -- he was a sweet kid when he was in high school,..." March 31
CSN Washington "Two times a season for the past six years, DeAngelo Hall’s challenge when the Redskins faced the Eagles was to shut down DeSean Jackson. So, as you might imagine, he was quite excited to hear that the free agent wide receiver -- cut loose by the Eagles on Friday in a surprising development --..." March 30
Philly.com "THE LOS ANGELES Police Department has never accused DeSean Jackson of being a gang member. And the NFL star, who was unceremoniously dumped yesterday by the Eagles, swears he's never been one. But LA detectives were interested in the wide receiver's ties to reputed members of the Crips when..." March 30
Philly.com "Philadelphia Police on Friday provided a drastically reduced estimate for the amount of cash reportedly stolen from DeSean Jackson's house, saying they have mistakenly been releasing incorrect information gleaned from a preliminary interview with Jackson's mother. Lt. John Stanford, a..." March 29
Pro Football Talk "Plenty of people were surprised by Panthers coach Ron Rivera’s declaration of interest in free-agent receiver DeSean Jackson. Some of those folks work for the Panthers, and they expressed their surprise via text message to PFT’s Darin Gantt. One source with direct knowledge of the team’s..." March 28
SB Nation "Former Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson has released a public statement addressing his sudden release from the team and some allegations made in a report linking him to gang activity. In the statement Jackson thanks the city of Philadelphia and denies any ties to any..." March 28
USA Today "In a stunning move, the Philadelphia Eagles released Pro Bowl wide receiver DeSean Jackson on Friday. The team released the following statement in a tweet: "After careful consideration this offseason, Eagles decide to part ways with DeSean Jackson. The team informed him of his release today."" March 28
Newark Star-Ledger "Over the past several weeks, the Philadelphia Eagles reportedly have begun to shop wide receiver DeSean Jackson. On its face, the decision to trade one of the NFL's most talented players would seem curious: At 27, Jackson is coming off one of the best seasons of his career -- 82 catches for..." March 28
New York Daily News "Chip Kelly didn’t shut the door on rumblings that DeSean Jackson could be on his way out, fueling further speculation that a team like the Jets could end up with the Pro Bowl wide receiver. "I like DeSean,” Kelly said at the league meetings on Wednesday. “DeSean did a really nice job for us,..." March 26
Some around the league wonder if a DeSean Jackson for Mike Wallace trade would make sense for all parties
Source close to situation said that DeSean Jackson has called a few #Eagles teammates and told them he's staying after talk with Chip Kelly.
Philly.com "In the last week or so, trade talks for DeSean Jackson have escalated. However, the Eagles decided to move on from Jackson well over a month ago, and possibly earlier. It is absolutely not something they decided to do over the last week or two. That of course, should not come as a surprise, but it..." March 24
#Raiders are intrigued by DeSean Jackson, but sources say they are not inclined to give up a '14 pick. Interested in him, if he’s free.
Kansas City Star "Don't expect the Chiefs to pursue DeSean Jackson unless he's released. According to multiple reports on Saturday, the Eagles will likely part ways with the exciting-but-flamboyant wideout, who caught 82 passes for 1,332 yards and nine touchdowns last season. Chiefs coach Andy Reid knows..." March 23
Pro Football Talk "When it comes to talking about players under contract with other teams, coaches and General Managers must tread lightly. Players have a lot more leeway. New Jets quarterback Mike Vick exercised some of that leeway during his Friday night conference call with reporters, addressing the..." March 22