DeSean Jackson certainly wants part of the cash with the Philadelphia Eagles have been seemingly throwing around but you shouldn’t expect him to turn into a T.O. The double time Pro Bowl wide receiver had ended his 11 day hold out and has reported to the training camp on Monday. He was not seeing practicing in the morning but he was on the field for the afternoon walkthrough at Lehigh University. Baseball betting lines
Jackson said “The relationship I have with the team and the front office, I think everything will work out,” “I’m just going to keep everything positive. I don’t want to turn it into anything negative. I love Philadelphia. I love the fans here. Coming back out here onto the field, the fans showed me a lot of love and stuff. I just want to keep that positive thing going.”
Jackson is poised to earn $565,000 just this season which is the final one of his four year rookie deal. He has caught 47 passes for 1,056 yards and also got six touchdowns just last year and also has a 22.5 yard per catch average which is the best in the NFL. He also has an average of 11.6 yards on 20 punt returns and also includes a 65 yarder for the TD which beat the New York Giants in the last play of the game in Meadowlands. Baseball lines
Jackson said “My first three years, the things I accomplished, it’s been off the charts but there’s still always room for improvement,” “That’s one thing I realized. Being an Eagle this year is something I look forward to. I’ve always wanted to be an Eagle. Because I held out a couple of days or whatever it was, that doesn’t mean I don’t want to be an Eagle. Like I said, I just had to handle what I had to handle. I’m here, I’m ready to move forward, I’m ready to play football, I’m ready to help win games.”
Jackson has taken a different approach to the previous receiver who wanted a new contract from the team. Terrell Ownes ended up getting a boot from the team half way through the 2005 season after he was faced by a number of infractions which included criticizing the management and feuding with Donovan McNabb the quarterback. Baseball spreads
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