If he doesn’t end up in the bay with an “SF” on his helmet, I’d laugh like hell if DeSean Jackson ended up as a Giant, Cowboy or Indigenous Person and came back to light up the Beagles twice a season. They deserve nothing less for their ham-fisted attempt to trash Jackson after cutting him loose in a cowardly move that defies Football Logic 101.
The ever-perceptive Philadelphia-based sports journalist, Chris Murray, details how the Eagles front office blew it big time.
Chip Kelly might want to take out a restraining order against DeSean Jackson.
By Chris Murray
For the Chris Murray Report and the Philadelphia Sunday Sun
PHILADELPHIA—In the previous column on DeSean Jackson’s unceremonious release from the Eagles, I refrained from outright criticizing the team’s handling of this situation because I wanted to hear it from them rather than rely on second-hand information or the speculation from other publications.
Instead of Eagles general manager Howie Roseman and Chip Kelly addressing the issue head-on and honestly, they chose not talk to the media that covers the team. Their silence allowed a NJ.com story to portray Jackson as a thug with ties to a Los Angeles street gang so they could come up with a convenient justification to cut him and not have to pay him.
The Los Angeles Police Department told the Philadelphia…
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