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DeSean Jackson reaches out to Utah WR who dropped ball before scoring

DeSean Jackson.

Jackson did the same thing, a mistake that will probably be associated with his name for a long time. When Jackson was a rookie with the Philadelphia Eagles in 2008, during a "Monday Night Football" game at Dallas he dropped the ball before he crossed the goal line, negating a sure 61-yard touchdown. It's probably remembered so well because erasing that touchdown provided the most famous bad beat in fantasy football history. Jackson, who is now with the Washington Redskins, admits he had a touchdown dance planned and was a little too excited to get to it.

When Utah's Kaelin Clay made the same mistake, Jackson felt for him. Clay's postgame comments, in which he rightfully took responsibility for the error, were heartbreaking. Instead of Utah going up 14-0, Oregon's touchdown on the return made it 7-7. And how's this for a small-world coincidence: Jackson and Clay both attended Long Beach Poly High School.

According to an NFL Network interview, in the video above, Jackson called Clay's father and relayed words of encouragement and advice. Jackson said he wanted Clay to know not to get down on himself. That's a pretty gracious move.

"It's a bonehead mistake. Hopefully he'll learn from that," Jackson (who actually gave away another touchdown at a high-school all-star game with a premature celebration) said on NFL Network. "I did it one time and you'll never, ever see it again."

It's an embarrassing play, one that most sports fans have seen by now. Hopefully Clay can move on from it and turn it into a positive, like Jackson has.

A.J. Jenkins dealt from 49ers to Chiefs for Jon Baldwin

The 49ers announced Monday that they have traded Jenkins to the Chiefs in exchange for wide receiver Jon Baldwin. This is a rare one-for-one NFL talent swap of players who failed to live up to expectations.

"Feel like it's a fresh start for both young men," 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh told reporters Monday, "and hopefully it will be a possibility for both of them."

It's amazing how far Jenkins fell in San Francisco since being drafted in 2012. There were open questions about whether Jenkins would even make the 53-man roster. Chad Hall, among others, ran ahead of Jenkins in practice during training camp.

Seeing the Chiefs give up on Baldwin is even more surprising. The third-year pro was a first-round draft pick in 2011 by previous general manager Scott Pioli. Unlike Jenkins, Baldwin at least produced something at the pro level. (He had 579 yards over the last two years.) Earlier in camp, new coach Andy Reid mentioned Baldwin's struggles to catch the football. Baldwin had a bad drop in Kansas City's preseason game against San Francisco on Friday, but that didn't dissuade the 49ers.

It's worth noting that Baldwin's salary is guaranteed in 2013. So the 49ers expect to have him on the roster, where they are desperately searching for someone to take snaps with wide receivers Michael Crabtree and Mario Manningham injured.

The 49ers need a vertical threat, and that's Baldwin's skill set. But let's not make this trade into more than it is. It's a swap of busts, and it would be a surprise if either player made a big impact on his new team.

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2011-01-14 Line/Total: Atlanta -2.5 & 43.5
The red-hot Packers travel south to face the NFC’s top-seeded Falcons on Saturday night. This is a rematch of Week 12, when Atlanta edged Green Bay 20-17 at home.
Packers QB Aaron Rodgers earned his first career playoff win last Sunday when his team upset the Eagles 21-16. Rodgers threw for 180 yards and three touchdowns in the win. He connected with nine different receivers and seven of those were targeted more than once. That gives Rodgers 603 passing yards, 7 TD and 1 INT in two career playoff games. The big star for Green Bay last week was rookie RB James Starks who set a franchise rookie playoff record with 123 rushing yards.
Matt Ryan makes his second playoff start, and first at home where he is 20-2 as a starter. In his 2008 rookie season, Ryan had a disappointing postseason debut, throwing for 199 yards, 2 TD and 2 INT in a 30-24 loss at Arizona. This year, Ryan has been stellar, throwing for 3,705 yards, 28 TD and just 9 INT. WR Roddy White has 115 catches for 1,389 yards and 10 TD, while TE Tony Gonzalez has caught 70 balls for 656 yards and six scores. All three players will have to perform at the top of their game against the Packers’ fifth-best pass defense in the league (194 YPG). Atlanta also boasts a top-notch running game with Michael Turner who has rumbled for 1,371 yards and 12 touchdowns. He should find some holes in a Green Bay rushing defense allowing 115 YPG (18th in league).