Jason La Canfora Ruined my Week

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PFT -The Chargers would have to pay Vincent Jackson a lot of money to use the franchise tag on him — more than $13 million.

That’s why he’s expected to hit the open market, and he’s not expected to stay in San Diego.

“I don’t see any way he’s back [in San Diego]. The Chargers won’t franchise him, they’ve come out and said that,” Jason La Canfora said on NFL Network. “There’s been acrimony between the two sides over the years and there are too many teams that need receiving help, St. Louis, San Francisco and Tampa are some teams off the top of my head. Somebody is going to give him big bucks.”

Kevin Acee of the U-T San Diego reported last month the Chargers would be “comfortable” giving Jackson a long-term deal, but they are unlikely to use the tag on him.

We don’t think you can rule out a return to the Chargers, but Jackson has waited a long time and fought a few battles to get to this point. He only has to wait another month, so he may as well see what free agency has to offer.

I really hope Jason La Canfora, a very connected guy, is wrong. I truly believe that Vincent Jackson is a top 5 WR in the NFL. Vincent Jackson and I have a storied past, and I really want him to stay in San Diego. A healthy Rivers, VJ, Floyd and Gates for an entire season would be deadly. Please AJ, put down your oreo and “Pay… that maan… hees money.”


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One Response to Jason La Canfora Ruined my Week

  1. BleuCoop says:

    VJ is a marquee player and has the skillsset to get the big bucks. Even when gates and floyd go down VJ still is productive and he is very durable also losing him would be a major downgrade to a wr receiving core that is good with him but would lose alot of potential to be great. None of the dudes in the fa market are better #1wr than VJ bit even colston. Djackson is a great talent but lacks the physicality that vj offers and he is gone want big bucks.

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