August 9, 2012; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Philadelphia Eagles players including wide receiver DeSean Jackson (10) celebrate with kicker Alex Henery (6) after he kicked a game winning field goal against the Pittsburgh Steelers during the fourth quarter at Lincoln Financial Field. The Eagles defeated the Steelers 24-23. Mandatory Credit: Dale Zanine-US PRESSWIRE
Teammates Seeing a Different DeSean Jackson - Birds 24/7
A major reason why the Eagles decided to lock up their own this offseason was to create a much more positive, winning environment. It is early and there is certainly no guarantee that Jackson will remain satiated. But so far, so good.
A trio of Eagles stars leaves camp quietly, for a change
A combination of foresight by the Eagles, the increasing maturity of a certain diva receiver and some luck helped keep DeSean Jackson, Jeremy Maclin and LeSean McCoy out of the headlines.
Iggles Blitz " Blog Archive " More on the Safety Situation
I focused in on Jai-Jar and Atogwe each play. You could see a noticeable difference. Jai-Jar is seeing things and thinking. Atogwe would already be 3 steps up the field, having diagnosed the play and decisively moved up. He wasn’t being reckless. He read his keys and knew what he was seeing. This is what you’d expect from a veteran Safety. I thought Atogwe looked quick in coming up. Aggressively took on blockers a couple of times. There was no hesitation with him, which is what you want to see.
Castoffs, rejects, misfits ... D-line has ’em all
The Eagles' defensive line is chock full of guys who were released, undrafted and unwanted, and now it's one of the deepest units in the NFL.
Players Of All Sizes Battle Stereotypes
Wide receivers DeSean Jackson, Damaris Johnson and Chad Hall each stand at least a couple of inches below six feet and weigh less than 200 pounds, so it goes without saying that they have all dealt with the label of being "too small" to play in the NFL.