DeSean doesn’t want to be here.
If you’ve been following Bucs Report recently, you already know this. Multiple outlets (originally reported by ESPN’s Josina Anderson) are reporting that Buccaneers wide receiver DeSean Jackson wants out of Tampa as soon as possible. I, for one, couldn’t be happier.
This isn’t about the money he makes (DeSean Jackson signed a 3-year 33.5-million-dollar contract with the Buccaneers in 2017 with 20 million guaranteed). This isn’t about Visor Jameis or Dirk Twiggler. This is about DeSean and who he is.
“Well, who is he,” you ask?
DeSean is the type of player that takes pride in having a clean uniform after the game. He’s the type that makes sure Mom sees him putting away the last dish so he can take credit for cleaning the kitchen. He is the type of player that has criticized every team he’s played on in the NFL. The kinda guy that lets a “friend” take the rap for him.
Am I being too harsh? No, no, I’m not.
So here are a few more for ya:
DeSean is a guy who is fast.
DeSean is a guy who is fast to take credit.
DeSean is a guy who is fast to cast blame.
DeSean is a guy who is selfish.
DeSean is a guy who is self-centered.
DeSean is a guy who is here only for the money.
DeSean is a guy who…aww, you get the point.
The funny thing is, I’m not even mad at you, DeSean. Why wouldn’t you take the highest contract offer? Why wouldn’t you come to a gig where you get to be labeled a leader and run fly routes all day? Why wouldn’t you come to a place where nobody will mention how you block like an 80-year-old man with gout?
No, DeSean, I don’t blame you for being you. I blame Jason “the Bulb” Licht. I blame “the Bulb” for either not knowing who you are or thinking you would somehow miraculously change who you are.
So good riddance, bon voyage, see you later, DeSean. I’ve got an issue with a “Bulb.”