1.詹姆斯·温斯顿很高兴有他在船上。\n Winston is very familiar with Jackson’s play, and said in February that he hoped the big-play threat would be joining him in Tampa Bay. “You better believe we want DeSean here,” Winston told the 坦帕湾倍. “I think he would be a great asset to our team. Me growing up an Eagles fan, seeing what he did for the Eagles and back in his Cal days and even with the Redskins, I would love to have DeSean.” \n\n2.麦克埃文斯是如此。\n 早在周二，NFL张贴在Instagram的指示杰克逊可能是前往坦帕湾的照片。在中间的意见，是一个从埃文斯拳与火的表情符号。随着签约，海盗现在有一起录制一年前，至少1000名码2个接手。如果他们俩又来了超过1000码，这将是刚刚在历史上海盗第二次有这样的队中有两名球员达到单赛季的里程碑。 \n\n**Jason Licht helped draft him.**\nJackson was selected by the Eagles with the No. 49 pick in the NFL Draft, and Buccaneers General Manager Jason Licht was part of the team that helped draft him. Licht was the Eagles Vice President of Player Personnel in 2008 when the Eagles made the pick, but he would leave soon thereafter to take a position with the Cardinals. \n\n4. He hasn’t lost a step.\nJackson’s calling-card has been his speed and, at age 30, his greatest asset appears to still be in tact. According to NFL.com’s Next Gen Stats, Jackson was actually faster in 2016 than he was the year before. Jackson’s official 40-yard dash time was listed at 4.35 seconds the last time he ran it. \n\n5. He was one of the best free agents available.\nAccording to NFL.com’s list earlier this week, Jackson was one of the top free agents on the market. He was listed as the No. 12 overall player and the No. 3 wide receiver behind Terrelle Pryor and Alshon Jeffery. Jeffrey was listed as No. 1 and Pryor was their No. 9 overall free agent.