Pay per Head Sportsbooks: Jackson closer to making a deal with the Redskins

DeSean JacksonSources reported that wide receiver DeSean Jackson and the Washington Redskins seem to be moving closer to making a deal, and pay per head sportsbooks know that many fans would certainly not mind seeing the player join the team.

Price per head services found out that Jackson arrived on Monday night in northern Virginia and had dinner with coach Jay Gruden and members of the Redskins coaching staff. The player later went to a club with wide receiver Pierre Garcon and current Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall. Both players stated their desire for Jackson to join the team, and so did Robert Griffin III.

“Very exciting player. Determined to show he is the best and hungry to win. My kinda guy,” said Griffin.

Pay per head sportsbooks learned that Jackson was set to visit Redskins Park on Tuesday.

Jackson was released on Friday by the Philadelphia Eagles, and the Redskins were the first team to schedule a visit with the player. No other visits have been announced.

According to a league source, at least nine teams contacted Joel Segal, Jackson’s agent, after the wideout’s release. Pay per head sportsbooks believe that Jackson would give Washington a very dynamic player that they were missing for a long time. Garcon stands out on intermediate routes, is great after the catch, and has speed.

Jackson’s arrival would provide the team with a weapon on the other side that could be scary for defenses.

On the first day of free agency, the Redskins also added receiver Andre Roberts. The plan was to use him outside and inside, but pay per head sportsbooks know that Roberts could be relegated to mostly slot duty if Jackson signs.

Jackson was released by the Eagles only two years after he signed a five-year extension to his contract. In 2014, the three-time Pro Bowler was set to make $10.5 million, and the player was owed $30.5 million over the rest of his contract, but didn’t’ have any of that money guaranteed.

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The player has 356 career receptions, with 17.2 yards per catch. Pay per head sportsbooks saw that he caught 32 touchdown passes, and also has three rushing touchdowns and four additional ones on punt returns.