Inside linebacker D'Qwell Jackson has seen just about everything during his eight seasons with the Cleveland Browns, except for a trip to the playoffs.
Jackson is playing for his fourth head coach and his second team owner, so changing back from a 4-3 to a 3-4 defensive scheme isn't a big challenge.
''I've played the 4-3, the 3-4, and a little bit of everything else since I've been here,'' the 6-foot, 240-pounder said. ''I'm telling you, it's all the same. The only thing that's confused me so far is the verbiage, which is a little different. Outside of that, I'm ready to go.
''We can't wait to give Baltimore and Pittsburgh a dose of their own medicine.''
Jackson called defensive signals and aggressively played his position Wednesday, the second day of the initial minicamp under new coach Rob Chudzinski. The three-day voluntary session also is the first time Cleveland's defense has been on the field with new coordinator Ray Horton.
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