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DeSean Jackson wants Beyonce's attention after special message

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DeSean Jackson has been busy making headlines this off-season, and in an NFL fan pass interview he opened up on his habits before football games, and he went about hitting on pop star Beyonce.

The NFL fan pass offers football fans the opportunity to see their stars stripped back as they learn about what makes them tick.

Rather than interviews about just pure football, fans are treated to learning more about the players themselves.

During Jackson's interview with the NFL fan pass, he was asked which celebrity he would like to receive a reply from on Twitter.

The Washington wideout said that Beyonce would be his preferred responder and when asked what he would say to her his answer was quite interesting.

When asked which celebrity he would want a response from on Twitter, Jackson explained, "probably someone like Beyonce.

"I know she's probably in love with Jay Z but I don't think I'm too bad myself. I'd ask her if she wanna come check this young fly dude out."

Jackson also answered questions on any habits he has before football games and his response was quite surprising.

Most players love to stock up on their food reserves before big games as they prepare for the test of 60 minutes of football.

However, unlike many others, Jackson doesn't like to eat before games because he says he would feel sick as a result.

"I don't really eat before a game, I find it hard to eat. I can't eat or I would throw up. I got to stay fast and stain light."

The former Philadelphia Eagles wideout was released by the NFC East team because they felt that he didn't want to be part of the team.

Now though he is with the Washington Redskins in the capital and looking forward to improving their offense after a disastrous 2013 campaign.

Washington's current starting quarterback, Robert Griffin III, even lost his number one job towards the back end of the season due to injuries and poor form. He, most of all, will be hoping Jackson continues the personal best form that he achieved in 2013 with the Eagles.

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