It was a wild Monday in the saga of finding out where DeSean Jackson will play football next. As was expected all weekend, Jackson went to meet with the Washington Redskins on Monday. Then, late Monday evening, there were reports coming out of Philadelphia outlets that the deal was all but done.
However, Ed Werder is now reporting that there is no deal done as of yet, and Jackson will spend the day Tuesday with Redskins coaches, while talks are still ongoing with other teams.
DeSean Jackson will spend Tuesday with Redskins coaches. No deal as talks continue with multiple teams
— Ed Werder (@Edwerderespn) April 1, 2014
The Redskins have now found themselves in quite the situation. They have Jackson in town, but with his agent talking to the other rumored teams, they would be wise to get him locked up into a contract before he leaves the nation’s capital.
Basically, Daniel Snyder, if he really does want Jackson on the offense, needs to make sure that he does not get on a plane Tuesday without officially being signed as a Washington Redskin, or he may not get another chance.