The Washington Redskins' improbable signing of wide receiver DeSean Jackson Wednesday, per ESPN.com's John Keim, not only sent shock waves through the league, but also set the table for the remainder of the team's offseason.
The Redskins took a methodical approach to free agency in March, only to be presented with an opportunity to acquire a Pro Bowl talent in his prime who just so happened to be a member of a hated division rival. Sounds like the ultimate April Fools' joke, right?
Jackson's arrival in D.C. means that the Redskins' immediate priorities have either shifted or become more important than ever to address. New head coach Jay Gruden has a full plate with upcoming OTAs, the NFL draft, minicamps and, of course, training camp. Let's take a look at what's most important for him and the organization to focus on over these next several months.