NFL Hall of Fame WR Michael Irvin Joins Tony and Harry
GLENDALE, AZ - OCTOBER 17: Former American football player, Michael Irvin during the NFL game between the Arizona Cardinals and the Seattle Seahawks at the University of Phoenix Stadium on October 17, 2013 in Glendale, Arizona. The Seahawks defeated the Cardinals 34-22.
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Hall of Fame WR and NFL Network analyst Michael Irvin joins Tony Bruno and Harry Mayes to discuss a variety of topics centering around the DeSean Jackson story and his signing with the Washington Redskins. Irvin believes this was a situation where Jackson wasn't a "Chip Kelly guy" and didn't fit the type of player Kelly wanted. Irvin also says the Redskins signing Jackson has changed the balance of the NFC East.
Other topics include:
-Says the NFL is a business run by people with big egos
-Says Chip Kelly was hired for his system, and Jackson is not a Chip Kelly player
-Talks about Jackson's attitude towards coming back and playing the Eagles with the Redskins
-Believes the Redskins signing Jackson has changed the balance of the NFC East division
-Discusses Jackson's play-making ability
-Touches on the "gangs" aspect of the Jackson story