DeSean Jackson interested in joining Russell Wilson with Broncos

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DeSean Jackson is trying his luck with a roster spot by shooting his shot at the great QBs in the league.

In a recent interview with Sports Illustrated‘s Ashley Nicole Moss, Jackson immediately makes it clear that he’s leaning toward retirement after 14 seasons in the league. But the WR adds he’ll return next season if the right opportunity presents itself. “I know I announced it and I said I was gonna play but at this point — where I’m at in my life — it gotta be the right fit,” Jackson says.

Jackson adds he’s surpassed every goal he laid out for himself. Indeed, the WR is one of the best deep threats to every play in the league. Towards the end of the clip, though, he doesn’t completely shut the door on returning next season. But any suitor has to have a great QB. “The Chiefs may be [a fit],” Jackson says. “The Browns. Russell Wilson in Denver. Green Bay.”

Jackson would provides= a veteran presence if added to the Broncos’ WR room. As of this writing, the team’s top options are Courtland Sutton, Jerry Jeudy, Tim Patrick and K.J. Hamler.

We’ll have more on this as news develops. Watch Jackson’s interview below.