Sep 9, 2013; Landover, MD, USA; Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson (10) and Washington Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall (23) exchange words in the second quarter at FedEx Field. The Eagles won 33-27. Mandatory Credit: Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

NFL Rumors: DeAngelo Hall would welcome DeSean Jackson to the Washington Redskins


With DeSean Jackson now officially on the open market after he was released by the Philadelphia Eagles, it’s time for him to start taking some visits, and as was reported on Saturday, the first up will be the Washington Redskins on Monday.

The move would be interesting in the sense that he would be staying in the NFC East, giving him two shots a year to stick it to the Eagles.

And if it was up to his old nemesis, Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall, he would be more than okay with that happening. In fact, he would welcome the move.


This is a possibility, and an intriguing one of course, but Monday should just be nothing more than the first of what should be a few visits that Jackson will make. Despite the stigma that’s surrounded him following his release and the rumored reasons for that taking place, he’s still one of the best receivers in the game with all of the open options.

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  • Chris Schroeder

    I don’t know why he’s wasting all this time traveling to different cities when he’s going to end up with Oakland. He doesn’t need to see how much other teams will pay him, Mackenzies got more money than anybody else and he will get the biggest payday with Oakland right off the bat. Stop messing around and come home baby. Washington? Does anybody really want to go to Washington? Now if he went to the Chiefs or Broncos or somebody like that, that could push McKenzie to increase his payday, but Washington dude. He needs to get out of the eastern time zone and get his mind right. Come back home where you belong, you know you going to end up here anyways DJax.

  • Damarco Moody

    Please!!!! Oakland is the hospice of the nfl..