DeSean Jackson: Eagles aren't missing Donovan McNabb
Donovan McNabb is gone, but DeSean Jackson hasn't noticed much of a change in the Philadelphia Eagles. He said as much in May, drawing attention for his remarks then, and he reiterated as much Wednesday.
The latest comment? He told Phillysportsdaily.com that he doesn't think the team, which traded McNabb to the Redskins in April, has missed a beat in its transition to Kevin Kolb.
"We haven't lost a step since he's come in and become the man," said Jackson. "The offense is still the same. The only difference is we have a new quarterback. Everything is still the same."
Jackson has caught six passes for 121 yards in preseason games.
"I think we've been through a lot of ups and downs, with having a new quarterback," said Jackson. "Now that it's late August and we're close to the regular season, I think we're putting everything [behind] us and we're moving forward. We have come a long ways, Kevin has done a lot of studying, and he's taken a role that is very tough. But at the end of the day, I think he's capable of doing it."
August 25, 2010; 3:50 PM ET
Categories: Donovan McNabb , NFL , Redskins
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