Philadelphia Eagles WR DeSean Jackson: Silence Is the Key To Happiness

July 20, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

If there is one thing that all NFL wide receivers should realize from the Terrell Owens 2004-05 debacle, is that the Philadelphia Eagles don't fold under the pressure of P.W.A. (players with attitude).
Even though Owens was the team's best receiving threat in the 2004 season, it still didn't help his situation when the subject of a new contract arose—in fact, his antics put a void stamp on all his success with the Eagles.
That is why the Eagles new standout WR DeSean Jackson's silence is extremely important.
It is also vital that he says all the proper things when being interviewed—which to date he has done a stand up job at doing.
DeSean knows the Eagles would be crazy not to extend his contract long term, but he also realizes now is not the right time to even hint of demanding more money.
Jackson is also fully aware that because he wouldn't exceed a thirty percent increase due to the ongoing CBA (Collective Bargaining Agreement)&nbs...

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