TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — DeSean Jackson’s frustration grows by the loss.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have dropped five of six games following a 2-0 start, and the veteran receiver doesn’t want anyone to buy the notion that all it’ll take to make him happy is to catch more passes Sunday against the Washington Redskins.
The Bucs (3-5) haven’t made the playoffs since 2007, and the only way to change that trend is to start winning.
Jackson, who signed with Tampa Bay as a free agent in 2017 after spending the previous three seasons with the Redskins, thinks he can make a difference. He fielded questions this week for the first time since he reportedly asked to be traded last month.
“Whatever them conversations were, they were between us,” Jackson, when asked if he approached general manager Jason Licht before the Oct. 30 NFL trade deadline.
“It’s over and done with now, and I’m looking forward,” the five-time 1,000-yard receiver added. “We’ve got…