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DeSean Jackson
WR #11
Height:
5-10
Weight:
175
Age:
30
College:
California
Hometown:
Long Beach, CA
Experience:
10

Quick Stats (2017):

REC
3
YDS
39
AVG
13
TDS
0
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGamesReceivingRushingFumbles
GGSRecYdsAvgLongTDAttYdsAvgLngTDFUMLost
TOTAL 501 8,858 17.7 91 46 61 380 6.2 67 3 15 6
2017 TB 1 1 3 39 13 21 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2016 WAS 15 15 56 1,005 17.9 80T 4 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2015 WAS 9 9 30 528 17.6 77T 4 -- -- -- -- -- 1 1
2014 WAS 15 13 56 1,169 20.9 81T 6 4 7 1.8 9 0 -- --
2013 PHI 16 16 82 1,332 16.2 61T 9 3 2 0.7 8 0 1 0
2012 PHI 11 11 45 700 15.6 77T 2 3 -7 -2.3 5 0 1 0
2011 PHI 15 15 58 961 16.6 62T 4 7 41 5.9 18 0 1 1
2010 PHI 14 14 47 1,056 22.5 91T 6 16 104 6.5 31T 1 4 1
2009 PHI 15 15 62 1,156 18.6 71T 9 11 137 12.5 67T 1 3 1
2008 PHI 16 15 62 912 14.7 60 2 17 96 5.6 21 1 4 2
Recent Games
WKOppResultReceivingRushingFumbles
RecYdsAvgLngTDAttYdsAvgLngTDFUMLost
2 CHI W 29-7 3 39 13 21 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- --

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Biography

Acquired By Bucs: 

Signed by Tampa Bay on March 9, 2017 as an unrestricted free agent from Washington Redskins.

 

Originally Entered NFL: 

Originally entered the NFL as a second-round pick (49th overall) of the Philadelphia Eagles in the 2008 NFL Draft.

 

Awards & Accolades: 

3x Pro Bowl Selection (2009, 2010, 2013)

Sporting News First-Team All-Pro (2009)

Associated Press Second-Team All-Pro (2009)

Offensive Player of the Week (Week 5 2013, Week 14 2010, Week 7 2009)

Special Teams Player of the Week (Week 14 2009, Week 1 2009)

2x Offensive Player of the Month (September 2009, December 2009)

 

Career Highlights:

Has started 123-of-126 career games played, catching 498 passes for 8,819 yards (17.7 avg.) and 46 touchdowns, while rushing 61 times for 380 yards and three touchdowns. Also has 134 punt returns for 1,289 yards and four touchdowns.

Started all seven career postseason games he has played in, catching 21 passes for 338 yards and two touchdowns. 

In 2009, became the first player in NFL history to earn a Pro Bowl berth at two positions (wide receiver & punt returner).

One of only two players in NFL history to have recorded a rushing touchdown, receiving touchdown and a punt return touchdown in each of his first three seasons, joining Dick Todd (1939-41). 

Has led the NFL in receiving average three times (2010, 2014 and 2016).

His 8,819 receiving yards are the fifth-most among active receivers.

Has posted five 1,000-yard receiving seasons, recording 1,156 in 2009, 1,056 in 2010, 1,332 in 2013, 1,169 in 2014 and 1,005 in 2016. 

Has 32 career 100-yard receiving games, the fifth-most among active receivers. 

Recorded a career-high 10 catches at Minnesota (12/15/13).

Caught two touchdown passes at Tampa Bay (10/13/13), a career-high.

Had a career-best 210 receiving yards at Dallas (12/12/10), highlighted by a career-long reception of 91 yards for a touchdown. 

Rushed for a 67-yard touchdown at Washington (10/26/09), a career-long rush.

Had a regular season career-high 106 punt return yards at Carolina (9/13/09), including  an 85-yard return for a touchdown that stands as a career-long.

Started in postseason debut, at Minnesota (1/4/09), registering a career-best 109 punt return yards, while adding 34 receiving yards.

Scored first career punt return touchdown against Washington (10/5/08).

Caught first career touchdown at Chicago (9/28/08).

Started in NFL debut against St. Louis (9/7/08), catching six passes for 106 yards.

 

2016 Highlights:

Spent the season with the Washington Redskins.

Started all 15 games he played in, catching 56 passes for 1,005 yards (17.9 avg.) and four touchdowns.

His 17.9 yards per catch led the NFL.

In a Week 1 matchup against Pittsburgh (9/12/16), caught six passes for a team-leading 102 yards.

Caught first touchdown of the season in Week 3 at N.Y. Giants (9/25/16), a 44-yard scoring catch. Finished the game with five catches for a team-leading 96 yards.

Recorded a receiving touchdown in a 42-24 victory over Green Bay (11/20/16).

Notched four catches for 118 yards and a touchdown at Dallas (11/24/16) on Thanksgiving Day, leading the team in receiving yards.

Had a season-long 80-yard reception for a touchdown at Philadelphia (12/11/16), finishing the day with three catches for 102 yards (34.0 avg.).

Caught a season-high seven passes for 111 yards against Carolina (12/19/16).

At Chicago in Week 16 (12/24/16), had five catches for 114 yards (22.8 avg.). 

 

College/Personal: 

Started 34-of-36 games at California (2005-07), catching 162 passes for 2,423 yards (15.0 avg.) with 22 touchdowns, while rushing 24 times for 199 yards and one touchdown. Also returned 38 career punts for 633 yards (16.7 avg.) and six touchdowns.

As a junior (2007), caught 65 passes for 762 yards (11.7 avg.) and six touchdowns, earning first-team AFCA All-American honors and second-team All-Pac-10 honors at both receiver and punt returner.

Earned the inaugural Randy Moss Award as the top returner in the country as a sophomore in 2006, leading the NCAA with an 18.2 return average and setting both school and league records with four touchdowns on 25 punt returns for a school-record 455 yards.

Named first-team All-Pac-10 at receiver and punt returner after starting all 13 games, catching 59 passes for 1,060 yards (18.0 avg.) and nine touchdowns.

As a true freshman in 2005, started 10-of-11 games, catching 38 passes for 601 yards (15.8 avg.) and seven touchdowns. 

Majored in social welfare. 

Attended Long Beach Polytechnic High School (Long Beach, California).

Earned the 2004 Glenn Davis Award from the Los Angeles Times as Southern California’s Player of the Year. 

Named U.S. Army All-American Bowl MVP.

Created the DeSean Jackson Foundations for Pancreatic Cancer in honor of his father Bill, who passes away from pancreatic cancer in 2009. The foundations raises money and awareness and also works to improve the quality of life for patients and their immediate family members.

Founder and CEO of Jaccpot Records.

Has four older brothers that played football in college – Byron (San Jose State), Derrick (Idaho State), Travis (Utah State) and Jay (Santa Monica Junior College). Also has an older sister, Adreea.

Born DeSean Jackson on December 1, 1986.

Acquired By Bucs: 

Signed by Tampa Bay on March 9, 2017 as an unrestricted free agent from Washington Redskins.

 

Originally Entered NFL: 

Originally entered the NFL as a second-round pick (49th overall) of the Philadelphia Eagles in the 2008 NFL Draft.

 

Awards & Accolades: 

3x Pro Bowl Selection (2009, 2010, 2013)

Sporting News First-Team All-Pro (2009)

Associated Press Second-Team All-Pro (2009)

Offensive Player of the Week (Week 5 2013, Week 14 2010, Week 7 2009)

Special Teams Player of the Week (Week 14 2009, Week 1 2009)

2x Offensive Player of the Month (September 2009, December 2009)

 

Career Highlights:

Has started 123-of-126 career games played, catching 498 passes for 8,819 yards (17.7 avg.) and 46 touchdowns, while rushing 61 times for 380 yards and three touchdowns. Also has 134 punt returns for 1,289 yards and four touchdowns.

Started all seven career postseason games he has played in, catching 21 passes for 338 yards and two touchdowns. 

In 2009, became the first player in NFL history to earn a Pro Bowl berth at two positions (wide receiver & punt returner).

One of only two players in NFL history to have recorded a rushing touchdown, receiving touchdown and a punt return touchdown in each of his first three seasons, joining Dick Todd (1939-41). 

Has led the NFL in receiving average three times (2010, 2014 and 2016).

His 8,819 receiving yards are the fifth-most among active receivers.

Has posted five 1,000-yard receiving seasons, recording 1,156 in 2009, 1,056 in 2010, 1,332 in 2013, 1,169 in 2014 and 1,005 in 2016. 

Has 32 career 100-yard receiving games, the fifth-most among active receivers. 

Recorded a career-high 10 catches at Minnesota (12/15/13).

Caught two touchdown passes at Tampa Bay (10/13/13), a career-high.

Had a career-best 210 receiving yards at Dallas (12/12/10), highlighted by a career-long reception of 91 yards for a touchdown. 

Rushed for a 67-yard touchdown at Washington (10/26/09), a career-long rush.

Had a regular season career-high 106 punt return yards at Carolina (9/13/09), including  an 85-yard return for a touchdown that stands as a career-long.

Started in postseason debut, at Minnesota (1/4/09), registering a career-best 109 punt return yards, while adding 34 receiving yards.

Scored first career punt return touchdown against Washington (10/5/08).

Caught first career touchdown at Chicago (9/28/08).

Started in NFL debut against St. Louis (9/7/08), catching six passes for 106 yards.

 

2016 Highlights:

Spent the season with the Washington Redskins.

Started all 15 games he played in, catching 56 passes for 1,005 yards (17.9 avg.) and four touchdowns.

His 17.9 yards per catch led the NFL.

In a Week 1 matchup against Pittsburgh (9/12/16), caught six passes for a team-leading 102 yards.

Caught first touchdown of the season in Week 3 at N.Y. Giants (9/25/16), a 44-yard scoring catch. Finished the game with five catches for a team-leading 96 yards.

Recorded a receiving touchdown in a 42-24 victory over Green Bay (11/20/16).

Notched four catches for 118 yards and a touchdown at Dallas (11/24/16) on Thanksgiving Day, leading the team in receiving yards.

Had a season-long 80-yard reception for a touchdown at Philadelphia (12/11/16), finishing the day with three catches for 102 yards (34.0 avg.).

Caught a season-high seven passes for 111 yards against Carolina (12/19/16).

At Chicago in Week 16 (12/24/16), had five catches for 114 yards (22.8 avg.). 

 

College/Personal: 

Started 34-of-36 games at California (2005-07), catching 162 passes for 2,423 yards (15.0 avg.) with 22 touchdowns, while rushing 24 times for 199 yards and one touchdown. Also returned 38 career punts for 633 yards (16.7 avg.) and six touchdowns.

As a junior (2007), caught 65 passes for 762 yards (11.7 avg.) and six touchdowns, earning first-team AFCA All-American honors and second-team All-Pac-10 honors at both receiver and punt returner.

Earned the inaugural Randy Moss Award as the top returner in the country as a sophomore in 2006, leading the NCAA with an 18.2 return average and setting both school and league records with four touchdowns on 25 punt returns for a school-record 455 yards.

Named first-team All-Pac-10 at receiver and punt returner after starting all 13 games, catching 59 passes for 1,060 yards (18.0 avg.) and nine touchdowns.

As a true freshman in 2005, started 10-of-11 games, catching 38 passes for 601 yards (15.8 avg.) and seven touchdowns. 

Majored in social welfare. 

Attended Long Beach Polytechnic High School (Long Beach, California).

Earned the 2004 Glenn Davis Award from the Los Angeles Times as Southern California’s Player of the Year. 

Named U.S. Army All-American Bowl MVP.

Created the DeSean Jackson Foundations for Pancreatic Cancer in honor of his father Bill, who passes away from pancreatic cancer in 2009. The foundations raises money and awareness and also works to improve the quality of life for patients and their immediate family members.

Founder and CEO of Jaccpot Records.

Has four older brothers that played football in college – Byron (San Jose State), Derrick (Idaho State), Travis (Utah State) and Jay (Santa Monica Junior College). Also has an older sister, Adreea.

Born DeSean Jackson on December 1, 1986.

 

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