DeSEAN JACKSON has a selective memory.
Jackson, who signed with the Redskins in March after spending six seasons in Philly, was asked by CSN Washington's Chick Hernandez yesterday to compare Eagles and Redskins fans.
"It is different," Jackson said. "[Redskins fans] are very supportive here. They're open. Being out here on the field, I've been hearing certain things. But you know, they're good things. In Philly sometimes things could have got a little negative. They booed their own players. But here you don't really get that."
Somehow, Jackson - who was often cheered while making 82 receptions for a career-high 1,332 yards last season, came to this conclusion after a handful of practices.