DeSean Jackson says he has yet to talk with new Bucs coach Bruce Arians … and tells TMZ Sports he has no idea where he’ll play next season.
The Tampa wideout was reportedly disgruntled with his role on Dirk Koetter‘s team throughout this past season … and even reportedly requested a trade.
But … per NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport — Arians wants to keep D-Jax on the team — and is trying to get in touch with him.
Jackson says that conversation has yet to go down … and when we asked about his football future at LAX — Jackson wasn’t so sure about a return to Florida in 2019.
“That’s what I got an agent for, bro. I don’t know, I just go play, bro. That’s all I worry about.”
Jackson does have one year left on his deal in Tampa … but the Bucs can cut him this offseason without any salary cap ramifications.
Could that mean DeSean plays somewhere else in 2019??
“We’ll see,” he tells us.
Stay tuned …
A male model alleging photographer Bruce Weber solicited him for sex is a total hypocrite … according to new legal docs filed by the photog.
As we reported … models Jason Boyce and Mark Ricketson claimed in December 2017 Weber forced them to touch their genitals during a photo shoot.
According to new docs, Boyce now wants to tack on a sex trafficking claim — alleging Weber lured him in for a meeting for the purpose of committing an illegal sex act. Weber’s calling BS and claims it was the other way around.
The photographer claims Boyce and his agents initiated the contact with him by sending a series of text messages for years including “pornographic poses in a desperate attempt to get Mr. Weber’s attention.” This includes a nude shot in 2014 from Boyce’s agent … and several others.
Weber claims when he didn’t respond to the texts, the model would be persistent and send more salacious pics himself “in a blatant attempt to be sexual, posing and bending shirtless in a manner to emphasize his genitals.”
Weber suggests the series of texts prove he was the one being solicited … and he wants Boyce’s sex trafficking allegations dropped from his lawsuit.