The Tampa Bay Buccaneers were expecting big things from DeSean Jackson when they signed the wide receiver to a three-year, $33 million contract last offseason, but his first year with the team was largely disappointing. Jackson is hoping to change that in 2018. While appearing on Fox Sports 1’s “The Undisputed” this week, Jackson was asked about his surprising lack of deep ball hookups with Winston in their first year together. He said that is something the duo is working to address. “I mean, offseason we’re coming in working, put the time in,” Jackson said, as transcribed by Florida Football Insiders. “We got like three days in. Just going on to Texas A&M, where his coach (Jimbo Fisher) coaches now. Going to go there and see Jimbo. Mike Evans is out there. He’s going to come out there. He’s going to come out here to L.A.