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Do DeSean Jackson’s skills trump his bad reputation?

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By Brent Stecker

Just like that, Pro Bowl wide receiver DeSean Jackson is no longer with the Philadelphia Eagles. And just like that, speculation about the Seahawks’ interest in him is rampant.

The Eagles parted ways with Jackson Friday, with the widespread belief being that coach Chip Kelly just doesn’t see him as a fit in his system. Rumors of a gang affiliation certainly didn’t help matters, either.

The Seahawks, however, just may have a spot for the controversial star, especially considering they lost Golden Tate to the Detroit Lions early on in the free-agent signing period.

Is Jackson’s reputation too much of an issue for the Seahawks to pursue him? Bob Stelton and Dave Grosby of 710 ESPN Seattle get to the bottom of it in the video above.

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