The Washington Redskins have plenty of competition for DeSean Jackson’s services.
The free-agent wide receiver is visiting the Redskins on Monday, but he has two mystery teams courting him, ESPN.com’s Ed Werder was told.
I'm told that two teams not identified publicly as having interest in DeSean Jackson are in deep negotiations with the former Eagles WR—
Ed Werder (@Edwerderespn) March 31, 2014
The Redskins, New York Jets, Kansas City Chiefs, Oakland Raiders and Buffalo Bills have all been linked to Jackson since he was released by the Philadelphia Eagles. The San Francisco 49ers, Carolina Panthers, Seattle Seahawks and New England Patriots reportedly inquired about Jackson before he was cut.
Jackson was released by the Eagles after NJ.com reported that Jackson associated with Los Angeles gang members. The report said Jackson is not a gang member himself, but he was missing team meetings as “his friends were becoming a more powerful — and negative — influence in his life.”