Yes, agent Joel Segal has been in Washington on Tuesday. No, he wasn’t there specifically to meet with the Redskins.
Per a source with knowledge of the situation, Segal served as a guest lecturer on Tuesday at George Washington University. He made the commitment at least a month ago, long before the possibility of Jackson looking for a new job became anything close to a reality.
Segal has yet to negotiate with the Redskins, but we’re told talks likely will commence soon. They’ll happen either in person or by phone.
Jackson met with the Redskins for roughly three hours on Tuesday. He has left the building, but it’s too early to know whether he’ll be signing or not signing with the team.