There was hype. Lots of hype. In the end, the unveiling lacked the buzz it's rumor created. What's the topic? The missing Malaysia Airlines plane? No.
Since free agency opened March 11, front offices around the league have been busy retooling rosters and prepping for next season.
Many expected that signing DeSean Jackson would accompany controversy for the Washington Redskins, but few expected the ruckus would come from his jersey number. In Philadelphia, Jackson wore No.
With the arrival of DeSean Jackson to the Washington Redskins, one potential problem came up. Jackson, in his seven years with the Eagles, always wore jersey No. 10.
Since Robert Griffin III arrived in Washington in 2012, his burgundy and gold No. 10 jersey has ranked among the NFL’s most popular with fans.