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DeSean Jackson quietly gets back to work

Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson has returned to the field six days after he was carted off the field with a back injury, but he’s remaining quiet about it.

Jackson has continued his mysterious media embargo, but Eagles fans won’t care as long as he produces.  After injuring his back six days ago, Jackson reportedly looked good in his return to the field.

No one is exactly sure why Jackson isn’t talking, although he may be upset with how his comments following the Donovan McNabb trade were handled. 

I really have no idea,” quarterback Kevin Kolb said via Comcast Philadelphia.  “I’ll leave it at that.”

The Eagles hope to get Jeremy Maclin and Mike Bell back on the field soon.  Perhaps because of injuries, coach Andy Reid indicated the defense is ahead of the team’s offense thus far.

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10 Responses to “DeSean Jackson quietly gets back to work”
  1. bigrig says: Aug 7, 2010 1:10 PM

    We gonna sting dey ass!!!
    Cowboys are still waitin loudmouth.

  2. Fonetik says: Aug 7, 2010 1:25 PM

    After the way you and the rest of the internet blog hacks tried to twist his words around to make him seem like TO 2.0, I wouldn’t say shit to you guys either.

  3. mad555 says: Aug 7, 2010 1:39 PM

    “No one is exactly sure why Jackson isn’t talking, although he may be upset with how his comments following the Donovan McNabb trade were handled.”
    Umm, No. It is clear as day as why he don’t want to talk to “you people” You twist his words to make drama! You basically said he is going to be like TO with no basis for those comments. You said, because he (rightfully so) wants his contract renegotiated he is going to hold out of camp if he doesn’t get a new deal. Which he did not. So no one should blame him for not wanting to give you parasites any blood to suck on. He’s basically saying, suck on this. All the fans and people not in the media agree with his stance. So now what are you going to say to bash him? Not too much there, huh sparky.

  4. Route36West says: Aug 7, 2010 2:29 PM

    No one is exactly sure why Jackson isn’t talking, although he may be upset with how his comments following the Donovan McNabb trade were handled.
    exactly what I think. Every time he says something the media tries to turn it into something controversial and make him something hes not.
    They did it with Donovan but hes gone so now they have moved on to Desean. I have no problem with him staying away from the media. He is still polite and very engaging with us fans and thats all that matters to me.

  5. simple_simon1 says: Aug 7, 2010 2:32 PM

    Ya, DeSean Jackson has completely had his words twisted. LMAO!!!
    Ya, 2 years into his contract he deserves to have his contact renegotiated…LMAO!!!!
    Just because you like his play, and perhaps he plays on the team you cheer for, doesn’t mean he had his words twisted or deserves a new contract.
    Fact is, DeSean Jackson being quiet is actually news. It might be the first time ever. He’s a good football player, but in his young career he hasn’t shut up. If it was only one reporter “twisting” his words, then maybe you’re right. But it’s multiple times, to multiple reporters, and he’s had to eat his words a few times already, like when he said the Eagles were going to “sting they ass”….. LOL….. Worked out really well for you, hey DeSean!!!

  6. StripedWhiteJet says: Aug 7, 2010 3:34 PM

    No wonder they call you “simple_simon”… dumbass.

  7. TheDPR says: Aug 7, 2010 4:04 PM

    Fan’s don’t care if a player talks to you guys in the media anyway. It’s only a story to you.
    Fans want a winner and if he keeps quiet about it, so much the better.

  8. VoxVagina says: Aug 8, 2010 12:59 AM

    Perhaps because of injuries, coach Andy Reid indicated the defense is ahead of the team’s offense thus far.
    It’s because the Eagles have a Swiss cheese offensive line. If Nick Cole could actually snap the ball and the rest of the line was healthy and could pick up blitzes. I hope Jason Peters really earns his cash this year and that Todd Herremans has a good recover from his foot problems. The line is in bad shape

  9. buddha says: Aug 8, 2010 5:29 PM

    Hey cowgirl fans, how did Keith Brooking’s pregame speech vs the Vikings work out for you guys? I think the Vikings are still waiting for Brooking and the cowboys to “hit ‘em in the mouth!”. LOL.

  10. december says: Aug 9, 2010 7:18 PM

    “Fan’s don’t care if a player talks to you guys in the media anyway. It’s only a story to you.”
    =============================
    Exactly. Just gimme the facts, scores and stats. Save the drama for the women and florio.

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