“It was a roller coaster the past 48 hours,” Jackson admitted. “... At the start of the game, it [the anxiety] went down." Literally, [Saturday] night going to sleep, all day in meetings, I was racing, I just couldn’t stay calm."
While the Eagles were enjoying Thanksgiving dinner, Philip Rivers was carving up the Dallas Cowboys' secondary, a development that inched Philadelphia even closer to what is an inevitability, the NFC East crown.
The Washington Redskins made their biggest move yet of the offseason Tuesday night, adding three-time Pro Bowl receiver DeSean Jackson less than a week after the dynamic playmaker was released by the rival Philadelphia Eagles.