DeSean Jackson says that if he leaves the Washington Redskins in free agency he wants to play for a "great quarterback" and that re-joining the Philadelphia Eagles would be a "great story."

Jackson spoke at length to ESPN's Adam Schefter on the reporter's Know Them From Adam podcast.

The wide receiver played his first six NFL seasons with the Eagles before he was released by then-coach Chip Kelly.

"It definitely is a great story or ending, I guess you could say," he said.

"Starting your career somewhere then going to a division rival team [and] having the possibility of maybe going back. You just kind of think about all of that when you start somewhere maybe you could finish it. There is just a lot of speculation of a lot of thoughts. It all sounds good, but you really never know until the final decision is made," he said.