DeSean Jackson spent the first 6 years of his NFL career with the Philadelphia Eagles. The former 2nd round pick in 2008 was released prior to the 2014 season by Philadelphia. After spending the last 3 years with the Redskins, Jackson has entertained the possibility of returning to Philly this offseason.
“It definitely is a great story or ending, I guess you could say,” Jackson said on Adam Schefter of ESPN’s podcast. “Starting your career somewhere then going to a division rival team [and] having the possibility of maybe going back. You just kind of think about all of that when you start somewhere maybe you could finish it. There is just a lot of speculation of a lot of thoughts. It all sounds good, but you really never know until the final decision is made. I’m just a firm believer that if you work hard, you put in the work, continuously go out there and show everybody what you’re capable of [then] the sky’s the limit.”
Playing with Carson Wentz could be an interesting idea. Wentz will only continue to improve and throws a pretty deep ball to fit Jackson’s skill set.