“Twitter Talk” / DeSean Jackson to Redskins/ No offense for the Brewers

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imagesBLF8EWEWIn this episode of the “Red Light Sports Ramble”; presented by the Red Light Sports Network, Evan and Troy tackle three topics. MLB baseball opened this week and the Milwaukee Brewers scored only four runs in three games against the Atlanta Braves.  The Philadelphia Eagles parted ways with DeSean Jackson and it didn’t take him long to find a new home.

With the acquisition of Matt Garza; the Milwaukee Brewers bolstered their staring pitching.  This could be the deepest starting rotation that the Brewers have had in a long time.  After three games; the starting pitching has lived up to the expectation.  It may be to early for concern but the bats were horrific in the first series.  One home run, four runs scored, and they were shut out in the last game of the series.  The problems are apparent at the bottom of the order.  The 7-8-9 hitters have not had a hit. The Brewers will need production from this part of the line-up to extend and start innings.  Should the problem persist; the same results will continue to  in 2014, which is being involved in many close games.

The Philadelphia Eagles have decided to part ways with Pro-Bowl wide receiver DeSean Jackson.  This transaction makes you scratch your head and wonder: what happened?  This is a player that can change a game with his speed.  There are a number of rumors that surfaced that relate to so-called gang activity, late to meetings, or even a disagreement between himself and the coaching staff.  It didn’t take long for DeSean Jackson to find a new home.  The Redskins have a receiver that will compliment RGIII and take some of the pressure off Pierre Garcon.  DeSean Jackson signed a three-year, 24 million dollar contract with 16 million guaranteed. Listen to the full episode of the “Red Light Sports Ramble”.

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