I’ve been in Orlando for roughly 14 hours. And one things is clear. When its comes to the status of Eagles receiver DeSean Jackson, nothing is clear.
Other teams are interested. Unless they aren’t. Unless they are.
Some think that the Eagles or the agent are lying about the existence of interest. Others are convinced one or more teams are lying about the non-existence of interest. Perhaps the only person telling the truth is Jets owner Woody Johnson, who risked a tampering violation by admitting the Jets have interest in Jackson.
The latest tidbits from Orlando is that the 49ers are very interested, despite an on-the-record denial — and that the Seahawks, while having no interest if the price tag is at or close to $10.5 million for 2014, would be interested at a significantly lower cost.
The confusion will continue until either someone does a deal with the Eagles for DeSean, or the Eagles give up and cut him.