Linebacker D’Qwell Jackson has with Cleveland Browns to a multi-year extension worth $42.5 million overall and includes $19 million guaranteed announced by the Browns officials on Monday 27th February.
Jackson was scheduled to become an unrestricted free agent in March, where he had an emotional day on Monday, who had signed a multi-year contract extension with the Browns. D’Qwell Jackson light finish his NFL career here at Cleveland Browns, where his five-year contract worth $42.5 million, with $19 million in guarantees and bonuses says report. Jackson was first drafted by the Browns in the second round pick of the 2006 NFL Draft and played college football at Maryland.
28-year-old Jackson has recorded 158 tackles and a career-high 3.5 sacks in 2012 season, where he had missed out most of the 2009 and entire 2010 with torn pectoral muscles. Browns linebacker Jackson has stands at second place in the voting for the league’s Comeback Player of the Year Award for 2011, ahead of Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford secured first place.
Jackson has achieved 565 tackles and 6.5 sacks in six seasons with the Cleveland Browns. He had worked hard to return back into the team, where he is very thankful to Coach Holmgren and the staff, who had gave this opportunity to play for more five years. Jackson said he is well prepared for the postseason and excited to take young guys on the team.