College: California | 11 years
Height: 5'10" | Weight: 175 lbs
Birth Date: 12/1/1986
2019 Bye Week: 10
Total Pts: 143.3
Avg Pts: 8.96
Rank: 23 WR
|Week 1||35.60||DeSean Jackson 146 receiving yds (14.60 pts)|
DeSean Jackson 36 yd TD reception (9.00 pts)
DeSean Jackson 58 yd TD reception (12.00 pts)
|Week 2||24.90||DeSean Jackson 129 receiving yds (12.90 pts)|
DeSean Jackson 75 yd TD reception (12.00 pts)
|Week 3||3.70||DeSean Jackson 37 receiving yds (3.70 pts)|
|Week 4||11.20||DeSean Jackson 112 receiving yds (11.20 pts)|
|Week 6||8.40||DeSean Jackson 77 receiving yds (7.70 pts)|
DeSean Jackson 7 rushing yds (0.70 pts)
|Week 7||21.30||DeSean Jackson 14 yd TD rush (18.00 pts)|
DeSean Jackson 25 receiving yds (2.50 pts)
DeSean Jackson 8 rushing yds (0.80 pts)
|Week 8||19.20||DeSean Jackson 68 receiving yds (6.80 pts)|
DeSean Jackson 60 yd TD reception (12.00 pts)
DeSean Jackson 4 rushing yds (0.40 pts)
|Week 9||3.20||DeSean Jackson 32 receiving yds (3.20 pts)|
|Week 10||6.70||DeSean Jackson 67 receiving yds (6.70 pts)|
|Week 11||3.80||DeSean Jackson 38 receiving yds (3.80 pts)|
|Week 12||2.50||DeSean Jackson 19 receiving yds (1.90 pts)|
DeSean Jackson 6 rushing yds (0.60 pts)
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|Playoff Week 4||2.80||DeSean Jackson 24 receiving yds (2.40 pts)|
DeSean Jackson 4 rushing yds (0.40 pts)
|Playoff Week 5|
Philadelphia Eagles WR DeSean Jackson has been embracing his role as a veteran and leader this offseason, according to Zack Rosenblatt of NJ.com. The 32-year-old was present for all but one session of voluntary organized team activities (OTAs) practices. 'He's done everything we've asked him to do,' receivers coach Carson Walch said. 'He's been great in the meeting room. Some of our young guys sometimes are in awe seeing DeSean Jackson in our building.'
Fantasy Spin: Jackson's expected to start on the right side for the Eagles, opposite Alshon Jeffery with Nelson Agholor in the slot. He led the league with 18.9 yards per reception with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers last season and finished with 774 yards and four touchdowns in just 12 games. His best games have been difficult to predict in the past, but he has a lot of upside as a WR3.
Philadelphia Eagles WR DeSean Jackson has reportedly built a strong connection and sense of timing with QB Carson Wentz throughout the spring, according to Mike Kaye of NJ.com.
Philadelphia Eagles special teams coordinator Dave Fipp said that wide receiver DeSean Jackson is a top candidate to return punts in 2019. Jackson is returning to the team that he spent the first six seasons of his career. The 32-year-old is still very quick and elusive as a deep threat -- he averaged 18.9 yards per catch in 2018 -- but he'll need to stay healthy to remain a weapon in standard-scoring leagues for fantasy owners. D-Jax played in only 12 games in his final season with Tampa in 2018 and hasn't played a full season since 2013, his final season in Philly in his first go-around. He also hasn't scored over four touchdowns since 2014. Jackson is in a good spot to bounce back in fantasy, but he's still a very volatile commodity.
Philadelphia Eagles WR DeSean Jackson is a top candidate for the punt returner job this season, according to special teams coordinator Dave Fipp.
Fantasy Spin: Jackson should have a role in the passing game, so it is not known if he will be the full-time returner. He is still a deep threat because of his speed and could be a late-round option in fantasy leagues.
Philadelphia Eagles WR DeSean Jackson said Thursday, March 14, is 'excited' about re-signing with the team and blamed his 2014 offseason release on former Eagles coach Chip Kelly, not general manager Howie Roseman. 'One thing I can say about Howie Roseman, we always had a great relationship,' Jackson said. 'Even when I went on and played in Washington and played in Tampa Bay, anytime I was able to see him on the field pregame, he always came up and just gave me a hug. Once again, it was a bittersweet situation. We all know how I was released.'
Fantasy Spin: Jackson, now 32, was limited to 12 games and caught only 41 passes -- the second-lowest mark of his 11-year career -- but did average a league-best 18.9 yards per reception. There is ample competition in Philly, though, for targets so don't count on Jackson being much than a big-play dependent WR4 once again.
The Philadelphia Eagles signed wide receiver DeSean Jackson to a new undisclosed three-year deal through the 2021 season on Thursday. Philly acquired Jackson and a 2020 seventh-round pick from the Buccaneers on Monday in exchange for a sixth-round pick this year. The speedster entered the league in 2008 with the Eagles and was a three-time Pro Bowler in his six seasons with them. With D-Jax available now as a deep threat for quarterback Carson Wentz, the Eagles receiving corps is stacked with Alshon Jeffery, Nelson Agholor and tight end Zach Ertz. Jackson's fantasy stock took a nosedive last year, especially when he was injured late in the season. However, a return to his old stomping grounds could ignite a fire within him, making him a sleeper target in standard-scoring leagues.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers WR DeSean Jackson was officially acquired by the Philadelphia Eagles Wednesday, March 13, in exchange for a 2019 sixth-round draft choice. The Eagles also received 2020 seventh-round draft choice in the trade.
Fantasy Spin: Jackson returns to the Eagles and should be a deep threat on the outside for Philly in 2019. He should be considered a No. 3 or No. 4 receiver in fantasy leagues.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers traded wide receiver DeSean Jackson and a seventh-round pick in the 2020 NFL Draft on Monday to the Philadelphia Eagles in exchange for a sixth-round pick in 2019. Jackson has agreed to restructure his deal and he will receive $13 million guaranteed for the upcoming season. D-Jax slipped to 41 grabs for 774 yards with four touchdowns in 2018, although he averaged 18.9 yards per catch which was his highest since 2014. He had three 1,000-yard seasons as a member of the Eagles from 2008-13, and he wanted out of Tampa Bay bad. Perhaps the move back to his comfort zone will get him back into that 50-55 grab, 1,000-yard and five or six touchdown range in 2019. Draft him as a WR4 with some upside, even at 32 years of age.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers WR DeSean Jackson will be traded to the Philadelphia Eagles, according to sources. It is not known what the Buccaneers will receive in the trade.
Fantasy Spin: Chris Godwin will receive a bigger role in the passing game with Jackson leaving. He was targeted 95 times this past season and finished with 842 yards and seven touchdowns. Godwin has a chance to be at least a No. 3 receiver in fantasy leagues and could become a weekly starting option.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers WR DeSean Jackson will be acquired by the Philadelphia Eagles, according to sources. It is not known what the Buccaneers will receive in the trade.
Fantasy Spin: Jackson has posted less than 800 yards in each of the last two seasons but should still be a deep threat for the Eagles next season. He likely will see a solid amount of targets and can be a No. 3 or No. 4 receiver in most fantasy leagues.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers WR DeSean Jackson posted a farewell message Monday, March 11, on his Instagram account, even though he has not been officially released.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers QB Jameis Winston said he hopes WR DeSean Jackson remains with the team in 2019, and he called Jackson one of the 'best deep-threat targets' in the league.
Fantasy Spin: Winston and Jackson have never been able to click on a consistent basis, and Jackson has made it clear that he wants out of Tampa Bay. Wherever he ends up, Jackson is likely going to be a big play-dependent WR3.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers WR DeSean Jackson is disgruntled with his current team and wants to play elsewhere. Pewter Report's Scott Reynolds opines that trading Jackson to the Pittsburgh Steelers makes sense as Jackson wants out and the Steelers will likely need to replace WR Antonio Brown.
Fantasy Spin: It's a sensible marriage both in real life and from a fantasy perspective. Jackson isn't Brown by any means, but he would give Pittsburgh a much-needed deep threat in the wake of Brown's probably departure. Even so, Jackson's fantasy ceiling would not be higher than a WR3.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers WR DeSean Jackson mentioned Wednesday, Jan. 30, that he desires to play for the Los Angeles Rams, although he is under contract with the Buccaneers for one more season. Jackson played for the Washington Redskins while Rams head coach Sean McVay was the offensive coordinator there.
Fantasy Spin: It seems highly unlikely that the Rams would consider signing Jackson since they already boast what is arguably the best wide receiver corps in the NFL. Robert Woods, Brandin Cooks and Cooper Kupp give Jared Goff plenty of mouths to feed already, not to mention Todd Gurley. Wherever he plays, Jackson has a WR3 ceiling.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers WR DeSean Jackson probably will not return to the Buccaneers next season even though head coach Bruce Arians hopes he stays on the roster, according to NFL Network's Mike Garafolo.
Fantasy Spin: Jackson asked for a trade during the 2018 season and has not shown great chemistry with Jameis Winston. Owners should monitor the situation during the offseason to see where he will play in 2019. Jackson can still be a solid receiver for a team and can be a No. 3 or No. 4 fantasy receiver.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers WR DeSean Jackson said Thursday, Jan. 17, that he has yet to talk to new head coach Bruce Arians or anyone from the team about remaining in Tampa. Jackson is entering the third year of a three-year, $33.5 million contract.
Fantasy Spin: Jackson finished the season with 41 receptions for 774 yards and four TDs but did not have a scoring catch or game with more than 67 receiving yards over the second half of the season when injuries were a factor. Jackson turned 32 in December, and the Bucs can get out of the contract with no dead-money cap hit this offseason, but Arians has said he'd like Jackson back and the wideout's deep speed seems to jibe well with the new coach's offense. Stay tuned as it's easy to see this going either way.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers WR DeSean Jackson is a player that head coach Bruce Arians wants to keep on the roster. Jackson asked for a trade during the regular season.
Fantasy Spin: Jackson started off the 2018 season strong with three 100-yard performances in the first four games but posted only 143 yards during the second half of the season. He will need to work on his chemistry with Jameis Winston if he returns to the team next season. He can be a No. 3 fantasy receiver if he plays well.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers WR DeSean Jackson (Achilles') is not active for Week 17's game against the Atlanta Falcons.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have declared DL Carl Nassib, QB Ryan Fitzpatrick, CB David Rivers, TE Tanner Hudson, WR DeSean Jackson, CB Joshua Shaw and DL Rakeem Nunez-Roches inactive for Week 17.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver DeSean Jackson, who has already expressed his interest to move on in 2019, said he would really like to return and play for the Philadelphia Eagles, according to sources. D-Jax missed four of the last five weeks of the season due to thumb and Achilles issues, but he averaged nearly 19 yards per catch when healthy. Despite three 100-yard games early in the year, Jackson was his usual boom/bust self for fantasy owners as a speedy deep threat. He just turned 32 years old and played the first six years of his career with the Eagles. Jackson will most likely be a boom/bust WR4 again next season wherever he's playing.