It looks like DeSean Jasckson is going to have a new home.
The Washington Post is reporting that the Washington Redskins will most likely part ways with Jackson, and four teams - including Dallas and New England - have already expressed an interest should he be free. Philadelphia and Tampa are also in the mix.
The 'Skins until 4 p.m. Thursday to reach a contact agreement with Jackson, otherwise he'll hit the open market.
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Pairing Jackson opposite Dez Bryant in Dallas would strengthen an already stout offense led by quarterback Dak Prescott and running back Ezekiel Elliott. The Patriots look like they want to bolster their receiving corps, especially after their trade attempt for New Orleans' Brandin Cooks was recently rejected.
Jackson, 30, had 1,005 receiving yard and four touchdowns last season.