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Jesse Jackson’s Arrival at Chargers Is Appreciated by Asante Samuel

Los Angeles Chargers They managed to nab one of the most sought-after free agents on the NFL market, the cornerback…

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Los Angeles Chargers They managed to nab one of the most sought-after free agents on the NFL market, the cornerback Jesse JacksonWith Joe comes after the glorious 2021 season new England Patriots,

Jackson will share position with incumbent Thanks Samuel Jr. The sophomore, who did not shy away from praising the Chargers’ new defender, assured him that he would make the team better.

,Jesse Jackson is a dog. He is a ball player. He wants to improve and work. This is what we definitely need; a hawk that just wants to workSamuel said, via the team’s transcript.

extraordinary incorporation

In just 4 seasons as a professional, with the Patriots, Jesse Jackson has accumulated 25 interceptions, 17 of them in the last 2 seasons. new EnglandUnder the direction of the great Bill Belichick.

Only in the course of 2021, the talented 26-year-old cornerback was selected for the Pro Bowl and second team all ProWith a total of 58 tackles, 44 singles and 8 interceptions (second in the league).

A win away from arriving after the season, the Chargers have done their homework, significantly improving defense for the 2022 campaign, which is more than 3 months away, with the signing of Khalil McKaySelected 6 times to the Pro Bowl, 3 times to First Team All Pro, Team of the Decade, and Defensive Player of the Year once.

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With Jesse Jackson and Asante Samuel Jr., who surprised with 33 singles tackles, 43 totals and 2 interceptions, coach Bradley Staley’s defense has taken a positive step forward.

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