DeSean Jackson: “No Progress” in Contract Talks

June 29, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

With nearly 1,200 yards receiving, 63 receptions, nine receiving touchdowns, two punt return touchdowns, one rushing touchdown, and (tying) the single-season record for touchdowns over 50 yards with eight (and another for 47), it's clear DeSean Jackson has outplayed his contract.

Add in the fact that he became the only player in NFL history to get voted into the Pro Bowl at two different positions, and there's not a single argument that can be made to the contrary.

However, according to Jackson, it looks like he'll be underpaid once again next season.

"There has been no progress so far," Jackson said at a youth football camp he was hosting in New Jersey. "I'm looking forward to just working with them and hopefully making something happen."

So Jackson is still saying all the right things, but it's likely that will only continue through the upcoming season, if even that long. The media speak is clearly coached, as he was much more blunt about his contract earl...

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