In the annals of history there stands just a handful of athletes that have accrued more stupid points than ever thought possible.
Redskins safety Tanard Jackson has again been suspended indefinitely, without pay, for violating the NFL’s substance abuse policy, the team announced Wednesday.
The Washington Redskins have re-signed recently released and recently reinstated safety Tanard Jackson, according to ESPN’s John Keim, who confirmed the initial report from Dianna Russini.
Only hours after Bruce Allen said recently reinstated safety Tanard Jackson “might” be given a chance to make the Redskins, the team has decided to terminate his contract, Pro Football Talk reports citing the NFL’s transaction wire.
‘After meeting with him, we might give him a chance,” Redskins general manager Bruce Allen said of Tanard Jackson.
The Washington Redskins have been notified by the NFL that long-suspended safety Tanard Jackson has been reinstated, Jason La Canfora reports.
There is no truth to the rumor that Redskins safety Tanard Jackson will be reinstated, as reports have indicated, a source close to Jackson has informed 106.7 The Fan’s Grant Paulsen.
For Johnny Jolly, minicamp was what he’d imagined for the past three years. Those days he spent in prison and in rehab? It was the hope of stepping back onto the field that helped keep him going.
After a promising 2011 free agency class, Mike Shanahan hasn’t been able to recreate that success with a 2012 signing period led by Garcon and Wilson. Add the three defensive backs he signed – one of which will never see the field – and this ranks as one of the worst Redskins free agency periods of all-time.
Washington Redskins safety Tanard Jackson is facing a suspension of at least one year following his third violation of the NFL’s substance-abuse policy.