Jackson has returned to practice after missing time with a concussion.|||||||
Jackson sustained a head injury in Sunday's loss to the Giants. Jackson, the only player in the NFL with two interceptions and two sacks, appears on track to play Sunday as the Browns (0-5) host Cincinnati. Jackson recorded three sacks and a pick when the Browns lost to the Bengals last month.
Jackson had three tackles in Sunday's 34-24 win over the Bengals.|||||||
Jackson was sidelined with a concussion.
Jackson has been selected the AFC's top defensive player for September.|||||||
Jackson, who missed 26 straight games over the past two seasons because of chest injuries, recorded 30 tackles, 2 1/2 sacks, forced a fumble and recovered one in helping the Browns win two of their first three games.
Jackson's is out for the season with the same kind of injury that ended last season after 10 games.|||||||
The team placed Jackson on injured reserve on Saturday and replaced him with Sam Aiken, a veteran wide receiver released by New England earlier this month. Jackson had just returned to practice this week from a partially torn chest muscle sustained in training camp on Aug. 10. He practiced on Wednesday, but felt tightness and fatigue in his pectoral muscle on Thursday.
Jackson is getting a second opinion on his chest muscle injury - the second one he has sustained in a less than a year.|||||||
Coach Eric Mangini said Thursday that there is no current plan for Jackson to have surgery. The Browns intend to have the injury to Jackson's pectoral muscle "quiet down" for a few weeks. Jackson missed Cleveland's final 10 games last season after tearing his left pectoral muscle against Pittsburgh and undergoing surgery.