is coming off a career-year in which he led the Eagles
in receiving yards, catches and TDs. (Drew Hallowell/Philadelphia Eagles/Getty Images)
Recently released wide receiver DeSean Jackson began his search for a new home on Monday with a visit to the Washington Redskins.
Teams are still doing their background work on the former Philadelphia Eagles wideout, examining whether adding him to the roster is a risk worth taking. They also need to determine if they can pay the amount Jackson is believed to be demanding.
According to Chris Russell of ESPN 980, a source says Jackson is searching for a deal that will pay him in the $9 million to $10 million a year range.
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While that is a lot to demand, it is still technically a pay cut for Jackson, who was set to count $12.75 million against the cap in Philadelphia before being cut loose.
It is possible that Jackson never leaves Washington without signing a deal, but the Redskins also could balk at paying that large sum and allow Jackson to continue searching for his big money deal elsewhere.
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