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DeSean Jackson: 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' intern

Posted on: March 25, 2011 5:34 pm
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Posted by Will Brinson

In case you haven't heard, there's this little NFL lockout going on. Sure, it's being covered up by the ongoing NCAA Tournament and impending MLB Opening Day, but at some point, we're going to run out of "Well, there's still a few months until football's supposed to start" time, and people are going to panic.

"People" there includes "NFL players," too, who are going to need jobs. Some have already found work, though. Like DeSean Jackson, who's interning on "Jimmy Kimmel, Live!"



Good skit all around, huh? I mean, the "slamming a fragile object during a touchdown celebration" bit is kind of overdone, but Jackson's funny enough during his dancing and touching of random female usher's faces for me to give it my comedic seal of approval.

It is kind of interesting, though, to see that Jackson's not sporting an Eagles jersey, isn't it?

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