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D`QWELL JACKSON RUMORS

Colts Sign D’Qwell Jackson To Four-Year, $22 Million Contract

The Indianapolis Colts have reportedly agreed to terms on a four-year, $22 million contract with ILB D’Qwell Jackson, with $11 million guaranteed. The 6-0, 240-pound Largo, FL native visited the team on Wednesday and was expected to sign with one of the four team he visited (the Dolphins, Titans, Colts or Dolphins) by the end of the week. Photo Credit: Colts.com Jackson was released...
Via Gridiron Grit
March 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Colts sign D'Qwell Jackson to 4-year, $22 million deal

The Indianapolis Colts have signed inside linebacker D'Qwell Jackson to a four-year, $22 million contract. The deal includes $11 million guaranteed. The news was announced by Colts owner Jim Irsay via his Twitter account Thursday morning. Jackson, who struggled badly against the run over the last two years, will likely be a better fit for the Colts' 4-3 scheme. The veteran...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
March 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Former Browns LB D'Qwell Jackson: "I was more than willing to restructure''

Browns linebacker D'Qwell Jackson, the undisputed leader of the Browns and most beloved player on the team, said Wednesday that he was "more than willing to restructure'' his contract to remain with the Browns, but that the two sides couldn't agree on the number. "My agent Brian Mackler and I made the decision that if I was going to take that offer I'...
Via Pro Sports Daily
February 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Will “D’Qwell Jackson to Tampa Bay” start back up?

Once upon a time in a far away city, there played a linebacker named D’Qwell Jackson. He was a highly coveted player to a degree back during the 2012 offseason which many had listed as a target for the Buccaneers. Unfortunately for Tampa Bay and the rest of the league, Jackson never hit free agency as the Browns re-signed.  Fast forward to 2014. He is now a free agent. The Cleveland...
Via The Bay Cave
February 26, 2014  |  Discuss

D'Qwell Jackson used to changes with Browns

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...
Via AP on Fox
April 17, 2013  |  Discuss

Defensive change for Browns causing confusion

The good news for the Cleveland Browns, new defensive coordinator Ray Horton interviewed with eight NFL teams for a head coaching position. The bad news? Obviously no one signed him. Horton has a chip on his shoulder and the first change he will make for is to run a 3-4 defense instead of the 4-3. That could be a problem for defensive end Jabaal Sheard, tackle Ahtyba Rubin and linebacker...
Via The Penalty Flag
January 26, 2013  |  Discuss
BLACK MONDAY

Report: Browns will fire coach, GM

The Cleveland Browns are expected to fired their head coach and GM on Monday, according to a report. They have a new owner in charge.

Via IMAGE CPR SPORTS
December 29, 2012  |  Discuss

Browns, D’Qwell Jackson started negotiating last week

According to Scott Petrak of the Chronicle-Telegram, the Cleveland Browns top priority is re-signing linebacker D’Qwell Jackson, when it comes to free agency. Both the Browns and Jackson’s representatives started talking last week and they’re both looking to get a multi-year extension done. If they’re unable to get a deal done by the March 5th deadline to tag players, the...
Via Pro Football Zone
February 22, 2012  |  Discuss

Cleveland Browns expected to seek a long-term deal for D'Qwell Jackson: NFL Insider

All is quiet on the D'Qwell Jackson contract front, but that doesn't mean the Browns don't have plans to re-sign the comeback player-of-the-year candidate.
Via Cleveland.com
November 26, 2011  |  Discuss

Cleveland Browns D’Qwell Jackson a different type of elite linebacker

Next to offensive linemen, linebackers are the hardest position-player to quantifiably, as well as qualifiedly, evaluate.  It’s easy to look at a guy like Ray Lewis and understand the positive impact his play has on the teams defense, but where the evaluation gets tricky– even deceiving–is for a guy like Indianapolis Colts, Pat Angerer.  He leads the league in tackles with...
Via isportsweb.com
November 01, 2011  |  Discuss
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