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Native from Colorado Springs, Colorado. On that same city he grew and visited the Widefield High School. Then he attended the University of Northern Colorado. He failed to pick to go by chance, as the University had recruited him from high school. During his school years he was part of the Northern Colorado Bears Football team. In a match against another school, the Adams State, he scored on a punt return. He made a record shifting functionality in football, while also finding time to play basketball. His biography reveals he would incline towards the former. The San Diego Chargers picked him on 2005 by a National Football League draft. An harm after the other ended up impeded his first season with the team. He joined the activity on October and it wasn’t until November that he managed to caught a pass. On December of that same year he made touchdown grab that resulted on the team’s success. Two years afterwards he was making an excellent game and helping the team through tournaments and contests. Although, he also received a penalty for unsportsmanlike conduct. On 2010 he was suspended because he offended the league’s personal conduct policy. His contract endured various disputes which motive ranges from improper actions to moves. On July of the next year he presented a suit against the National Football League Association, but in the finished dropped the charges. He was chosen as an alternative for Wes Welker at the Pro Bowl. On 2012 he began working for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. As he reached the longest reception ever on that team. He then went for the third time into a Pro Bowl, as a replacement for Calvin Johnson. The next year he was chosen as a captain. After that same year he caught a touchdown in a match with the Philadelphia Eagles. 2014 wasn’t a favorable year for the wide receiver as his stats and match found a decline. Additionally he had not been traded. On a more positive note, as well as Mike Evans became the first receivers to catch over a thousand yards in the team’s history. His now wife is Lindsey VanDeweghe Jackson. While he was a address on the Athletic Hall Fame he requested her to the stage and popped the question before a surprised crowd. They wed in 2011. The following year he created the charity Jackson in Action 83 Foundation. The aim will be to provide support, help, and instruction for the kids of military houses. For the charity and with Lindsey they wrote Danny Dogtags: Coping with Deployment. He could be a man that uses his twitter account fairly frequently.