A year after struggling to find anyone capable of effectively returning punts, the Washington Redskins now find themselves with a couple of improved options.
It's official. DeSean Jackson will wear No. 11 for the Redskins this coming season.
Washington will get together several times for different types of practice between now and training camp in July.
A roundup of reactions from Around the Web following DeSean Jackson's move to Washington.
The contract that Ryan Clark signed on Wednesday is a one-year deal worth $1 million, a person with knowledge of the situation said.
Washington adds the former Cleveland Brown and San Francisco 49er, presumably to back up Robert Griffin III and Kirk Cousins.
We’ll get more into the draft in the coming weeks as pre-draft visits and workouts will begin taking place. But here’s a quick glance at where things currently stand and what holes may still remain.
Amazingly, one of the hottest topics of debate among Redskins fans in response to Jackson joining the team centered on his jersey number.
Shortly after his release from the Philadelphia Eagles last Friday, DeSean Jackson admitted feeling a wide range of emotions: anger, frustration, embarrassment ranking among them.
DeSean Jackson’s deal with the Redskins will pay him $24 million over a three-year span with $16 million guaranteed, a person with knowledge of the situation confirmed.