Eagles’ Jackson: ‘There is nothing to clear’

DeSean Jackson broke his media silence yesterday, saying there’s no rift between him and coach Andy Reid and that he’s moved on to the next game.

“If we’re not winning the games, then myself, none of that, that doesn’t matter,” Jackson told reporters. “There’s nothing to clear, no air or none of that.”

Following Sunday’s 31-26 loss to Chicago, Reid reportedly ripped his star receiver and Jackson’s approach to pregame preparations. Reid has neither confirmed nor denied the reports, but Jackson said the two were on good terms.

“People can say what they want and talk about what they want,” Jackson said.

Jackson has been held to just seven catches for 76 yards and no touchdowns in his last two games. He’s also been accused of having some “alligator arms.”

Said Jackson: “You’re not going to always be able to score touchdowns and do all those type of things because people watch film and people are paid just like we are.”

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