DeSean Jackson
WR WAS (9)
2 weeks ago1 Comment

Jackson wants to re-sign with the Redskins, but also admitted that he'll take the best offer he receives as a free agent this offseason, ESPN's John Keim reports.

EDGE Analysis

Jackson is coming off his second 1,000-yard season since arriving in Washington in 2014, which figures to make him a hot commodity on the free agent market this offseason. Despite his stated desire to remain with the Redskins, Jackson is expected to have attractive offers elsewhere, which should complicate his decision-making process. Not only that, but Washington is also tasked with fellow wideout Pierre Garcon and quarterback Kirk Cousins being free agents, making their cap situation less flexible than some of Jackson's potential suitors. As a result, the 30-year-old's future employer is far from certain, which leaves his 2017 fantasy outlook in need of valuable context before it can be shaped.

DeSean Jackson
WR WAS (9)
2 months ago

Jackson (jaw) caught just two of five targets for 34 yards in Sunday's 19-10 loss to the Giants.

EDGE Analysis

Jackson left last week's game against Chicago with a jaw injury, but was able to suit up Sunday, although he failed to make any big plays. He had been producing at high level recently, with 100 yards receiving in four of his previous five games. Washington missed the postseason in Sunday's loss, but Jackson finished with 1,005 receiving yards to record the fifth 1,000-yard campaign of his career.

DeSean Jackson
WR WAS (9)
2 months ago

Jackson (jaw) logged a full practice Wednesday, Mike Jones of the Washington Post reports.

EDGE Analysis

If his listing is any indication, Jackson didn't display any ill-effects of the jaw injury suffered during Saturday's win in Chicago, a contest in which he reached 100 yards receiving for the fourth time in five games. He's a decent bet to keep up the pace this Sunday against the Giants' 22nd-ranked pass defense.

DeSean Jackson
WR WAS (9)
2 months ago

Coach Jay Gruden noted Monday that Jackson is day-to-day with a jaw injury.

EDGE Analysis

Jackson's status for Sunday's game against the Giants will need to be monitored, though the day-to-day classification would seem to imply that the wideout's jaw injury is not a major one, thus giving Jackson a chance of suiting up in Week 17.

DeSean Jackson
WR WAS (9)
2 months ago

Jackson (jaw) recorded five receptions for 114 yards in Saturday's win over the Bears.

EDGE Analysis

Jackson had a monster first half before injuring his jaw, forcing him out of the contest. A 21-yard reception in the Bears' territory set up Washington's first score of the day. He then made an explosive 57-yard catch and run in the second quarter, leading to Washington's second touchdown of the day. The severity of his jaw injury remains unknown, but more updates will be provided later in the week as the team preps for the season-finale matchup with the Giants.

DeSean Jackson
WR WAS (9)
2 months ago

Jackson was forced out of Saturday's game against the Bears with a jaw injury.

EDGE Analysis

Prior to his exit from Saturday's contest, Jackson had caught five of his seven targets for 114 yards.

DeSean Jackson
WR WAS (9)
2 months ago

Jackson caught seven passes (on 10 targets) for 111 yards Monday night against the Panthers.

EDGE Analysis

Jackson led the Redskins in receiving yards, impressively topping the 100-yard mark for the third time in Washington's last four games. Additionally, his seven receptions Monday set a new season high. With a touchdown in three of his last five games to boot, Jackson enters Saturday's matchup with the Bears with considerable momentum on his side.

DeSean Jackson
WR WAS (9)
3 months ago1 Comment

Jackson hauled in three receptions for 102 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 27-22 win over the Eagles.

EDGE Analysis

Jackson's 80-yard touchdown reception against his former team helped give Washington the lead out of halftime. The veteran now has a touchdown in three of the past four games, making him an intriguing fantasy option for Week 15 when the Redskins take on a shaky Panthers' secondary.

DeSean Jackson
WR WAS (9)
3 months ago1 Comment

Jackson caught just one of four targets for 59 yards in Sunday's 31-23 loss at Arizona.

EDGE Analysis

Jackson was shut out in the first half, but caught a long bomb from Kirk Cousins on the second play of the third quarter. Facing a tough Cardinals' secondary, Jackson did not see the ball again, however. He had been dealing with a minor shoulder injury, but that didn't appear to hamper him Sunday. In Week 14, Jackson will face his former team in the Eagles.

DeSean Jackson
WR WAS (9)
3 months ago

Jackson (shoulder) does not have an injury designation ahead of Sunday's game against the Cardinals after fully practicing all week.

EDGE Analysis

Jackson is carrying a rotator cuff injury, but that ailment didn't impact his practice involvement at all this week and he's slated to play as usual this weekend against a tough Cardinals secondary.