Denver Broncos Handed a Heavy Blow Following NFL and NFLPA’s Kareem Jackson Decision

Published 11/21/2023, 10:41 PM EST

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It seems the Denver Broncos’ safety will take more time to learn from his mistakes. This season, Kareem Jackson has been showing his unnecessary roughness toward opponents.

Earlier, he was given a two-game suspension for being a repeat offender. After serving the suspension, Jackson claimed he would not repeat the same and change his playing style. However, as of now, it seems he still isn’t in the mood to change.

Kareem Jackson suspended again?


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According to a recent report, Broncos’ safety Kareem Jackson has been suspended once again after his repetitive foul plays. He violated players’ safety rules in the recent matchup when he launched himself into Minnesota Vikings QB Josh Dobbs on Sunday.

As a result, “The 4-game suspension for #Broncos DB Kareem Jackson was upheld by officer Derrick Brooks, jointly appointed by the NFL and NFLPA.” Furthermore, the play was also penalized on the field. This is the second suspension he received in this season. Earlier too, Jackson made a similar mistake in which he pleaded to reduce his four-game suspension to two.

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However, at that time he said he would be working on his gameplay, but the recent Sunday matchup revealed that Jackson still has to learn from his past mistakes.

The blow continues for the Broncos and Kareem Jackson!


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Earlier, during the fourth quarter against the Green Bay Packers, Kareem Jackson hit tight end Luke Musgrave. Shortly thereafter, Musgrave left the field with an ankle injury. This incident led to his four-game suspension, which he appealed to have reduced to two.

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As a result, the suspension was reduced and Jackson missed the Kansas City Chiefs and Buffalo Bills. However, this time again when Jackson faced a similar penalty, the athlete pleaded for a reduction in his four-game suspension.


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But this time, Jackson’s request has been overruled and now he will be missing his next four games with the Browns, Texans, Chargers, and Lions. With this, he will lose more than $558,000 in salary.

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Bhwya Sriya


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