Veteran wide receiver and free agent DeSean Jackson has two dream destinations in mind.
The former Pro Bowler split last season with the Los Angeles Rams and the Las Vegas Raiders. D-Jax joined the Raiders mid-season after requesting and receiving his release from the eventual Super Bowl champions.
During an appearance on the “I Am Athlete” podcast, Jackson stated that he’s not retiring. Not only that, but he listed two teams that he hopes to play for.
Jackson stated that he’d put the Philadelphia Eagles atop his list, but he’s also interested in playing with Aaron Rodgers’ Green Bay Packers. The three-time Pro Bowler added that there’s also interest in joining Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens.
The 35-year-old spent his first six seasons with the Eagles (2008 to 2013). He signed with Washington in 2014 and spent three years there before joining the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2017 free agent.
Jackson returned to the Eagles via trade in 2019, but injuries unfortunately limited him to just eight games over his next two seasons there. The Rams signed Jackson in 2021, and he caught eight passes for 221 yards and a touchdown.
After his release from the Rams, Jackson went to Las Vegas and helped them snap a five-year playoff drought. He caught 12 passes for 233 yards and one touchdown in seven games there.
Though he didn’t finish the season with the Rams, the organization still decided to award him a Super Bowl 56 ring.
One of the best deep threats of his era, Jackson has averaged an impressive 17.6 yards per reception for his career. D-Jax averaged 19.4 per catch in his brief stint with the Raiders, and 27.6 with the Rams.
Jackson has hit the 1,000-yard receiving mark five times in his career. He just missed that mark in 2011 (961 yards) and 2008 (912 yards as a rookie). For his career, Jackson has 632 receptions for 11,110 yards and 58 touchdowns.
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