DeSean Jaccson was in-studio on SportsCenter last night to promote his new reality show* on BET (a sentence I fully expected to write at some point) and of course was asked about LeSean McCoy’s comments about Chip Kelly and race:
“I’m mean, honestly, I’m further along than that. It’s been two years since I’ve been removed from the Philadelphia Eagles. I’m just excited where I’m at. I don’t really want to get to caught up in what’s going on over there in Philadelphia. LeSean McCoy is one of my great friends and he’s a great running back – he’s one of the best in the league – and I look at myself as one of the best receivers in the league. So as far as being removed from there, I can’t understand, why would you get rid of your best players on the team? It’s their loss. Moving forward, the teams we’re with now is the team’s that’s winning, the teams that’s gaining more of a respect of having them type of guys on the team.”
The Redskins were 4-12 last year. The Bills were 9-7. The Eagles finished 10-6 each of the past two seasons.
*He calls it “non-scripted” documentary series… which some might call, a reality show. Tomato… tomato.
Video after the jump.