The Bruce Arians era is underway in Tampa Bay. The Buccaneers new head coach isn’t expected to make a change at quarterback, having immediately endorsed Jameis Winston.
Arians didn’t want to make drastic changes to his receiving corps either. He was hoping to smooth things over with disgruntled receiver DeSean Jackson.
Keeping Jackson in the fold might not be possible. He didn’t seem to want to be re-recruited by Arians.
“Bruce, you’ve got your work cut out for you, buddy,” Garafolo said. “From what I gather, DeSean Jackson… So we’re focusing on Antonio Brown, this offseason, I believe this is going to be the No. 2 wide receiver storyline with DeSean Jackson.”
Asked by TMZ on Thursday whether he had spoken to Arians yet about his place on the team, Jackson said he had not.
“That’s what I got an agent for, bro,” Jackson said. “I don’t know, I just go play, bro. That’s all I worry about.”
This seems to be a theme with DeSean Jackson. He gets tired of his team and wants out. What makes us think this isn’t going to happen again?