With DeSean Jackson free to sign anywhere he wants to, there has been a growing line of teams interested in possibly seeing if things can work out between the two. There’s a varying degree of variables that will factor in to individual team decisions to sign or not sign Jackson, and for the Buffalo Bills it really comes down to how much they’d have to pay for Jackson.
According to Bills beat writer Tim Graham, Buffalo indeed has interest in Jackson but will not get into a bidding war that drives his price out of their comfort zone.
Source tells me any Bills interest in DeSean Jackson would be for a predetermined price. Bills won’t get into a bidding war.
— Tim Graham (@ByTimGraham) March 29, 2014
Taking the possibly and likely bogus allegations of gang relations, there are still questions about Jackson’ character that are making teams nervous. He’s a bit of a showboat on the field and his work ethic has been questioned in the past.
He’s in his prime and one of the best receivers in the game today, but teams aren’t going to overpay for him — at least not tams located in Buffalo.