DeSean Jackson told reporters at the Super Bowl that new Eagles coach Chip Kelly has informed him he'll use Jackson like Kelly did De'Anthony Thomas, "The Black Momba," at Oregon.
Thomas racked up 701 rushing yards, 445 receiving yards, 389 kick return yards, 222 yards on punts, and 18 all-purpose touchdowns in 2012. "Kind of similar to what De'Anthony Thomas was doing at Oregon," Jackson said. "He's like a little brother to me. I actually talked to him. He was passing on information to me, like I'm going to be pumped up and psyched to be in that offense. It just keeps defenses off guard any time you go in motion, fake play-action, go down the field. There's just so many things you can do."