Both DeAngelo Hall and Pierre Garcon have publicly stated desire to see Jackson join.
Former Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson is understood to be nearing an agreement with the Washington Redskins.
Jackson arrived in northern Virginia on Monday night for the first round of talks with Redskins officials and the coaching staff, including head coach Jay Gruden.
Following on from that meeting, he later went to a club with current Redskins stars DeAngelo Hall and Pierre Garcon who have both publicly stated their desire to see the receiver join them for the upcoming campaign along with quarterback Roberto Griffin III.
However, it is understood that Jackson will visit Redskins Park on Tuesday where he will likely pen a new deal as despite interest from other teams, he has no new visits scheduled.
The 27-year-old was released by the Eagles last week after they cited issues with his “work ethic and attitude”, although later reports suggested that ties with gangs in Los Angeles had made the organisation consider his position on their roster.
A league source reportedly told ESPN that up to nine teams had enquired about Jackson with his agent, but ultimately it appears as though he is set to become the dynamic playmaker that Washington have long desired.
If he is to join up with the likes of RG III and Garcon, then Jackson would form part of a dangerous offensive unit.
The Eagles released their former receiver just two years into a five-year extension, with the three-time Pro Bowler due to make $10.5m in 2014 and was owed $30.5m over the remainder of the contract.
However, none of that money was guaranteed, and with some impressive numbers to back him up, Jackson will be looking ahead to a new challenge, one that is expected to be in Washington.