Free agent receiver DeSean Jackson hasn’t had much to say since the Eagles cut him, but that hasn’t stopped the media from trying.
Most recently, reporters caught up with Jackson at the airport after he flew to Washington. There, he had what Dan Steinberg of the Washington Post describes as “a pretty amazing exchange” with Jeff Skversky from Channel 6 in Philadelphia.
The interview basically consists of Skversky peppering Jackson with questions and Jackson doing his best to avoid answering.
“I’m moving on bro, I don’t have nothing to say about anything. I’m just moving on, man,” Jackson said.
After briefly answering two other questions by saying he thinks Eagles fans will continue to support him and that he’s not upset with the Eagles, Jackson returned to the “moving on” theme.
“Moving on man. That’s all I’ve got to say. I’m moving on,” Jackson said.
Whether Jackson is moving to Washington on a permanent basis remains to be seen.