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Wide receiver keeps his talents in the division.
That ether. That stuff that makes your soul burn slow.
Did off the field allegations affect his on the field employment with now former franchise?
How the hell did TeRio make it to the Super Bowl media day?
Covering the weekend's playoff action in the NFL.
Ignore the fact that DeSean Jackson's "Diamonds On My Neck" is the most outdated song title on the web today.
If you're like me, you have a problem with women, because women be trippin.
Allen Iverson has "Jewelz," Ron Artest has "Champions," Chris Johnson has this mess, and Shaq owns a discography section on his Wikipedia page.
DeSean Jackson was drafted in the second round of the 2008 NFL Draft by the Philadelphia Eagles, the seventh wide receiver taken in the draft, and in July of that year he agreed to terms on a four-year contract with the team.
Funny or Die has a knack for cramming as many celebrities as possible into three minute video, and today they've outdone themselves -- watch in amazement has Ray Liotta, Kevin Costner, Dennis Haysbert, the Were-llama from Twilight and half of professional football bring you a Lockout-flavored sequel to the greatest baseball movie of all time, Field of Dreams.
Like we've told you before, Kevin Durant would most likely top the list of NBA players whom other NBA players would pay to see in action.
Chokers. What else do you call the New York Giants after yesterday’s fiasco? At home, in an epic battle for NFC supremacy, the Giants had total control over the rival Eagles with a three touchdown lead in the second half. Plenty of time though, for Michael Vick to go into Madden mode. Vick gashed the previously ferocious Giants D with improvised rollouts and runs. A Vick to Jeremy Maclin touchdown with two minutes left leveled the game. After a failed Giants drive, the teams were a punt out of bounds away from overtime. But Giants punter Matt Dodge had other ideas, inexplicably kicking to the always dangerous DeSean Jackson. A sliver of space was all Jackson needed to run to glory. Head coach Tom Coughlin was sure to publicly humiliate his player post-game, deflecting from the fact that his team suffered a total collapse. A tough game at Green Bay looms and it remains to be seen if the Giants can make the playoffs and Coughlin can keep his job, particularly with Bill Cowher openly asking for it.
We all know Eagles receiver DeSean Jackson spikes it on the one, but did you know he's also jammin' on the one.
The Washington Redskins came under fire for bringing in Sherman Lewis, a guy that had started his NFL season pulling out Bingo balls in Detroit.
The beard hides his second and third chins There was simply too much goodness from last night's Eagles-Cowboys shootout to confine it all to the morning recap.
Last night, how many of you that didn't watch the game heard the loudest, inexplicable series of curses that you'd ever heard @ one time.