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Jackson won’t attend mandatory minicamp and possibly Training Camp….



“I’m tired of excuses,” agent Brian Mackler told Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer at the time.  “The team made made promises of a new deal it has not kept.  What they’re doing is wrong.  That we’re even having this conversation about a tender is utterly ridiculous.”
“I still want to retire as a Cleveland Brown, but I have to be protected,” Jackson told Cabot.  “Unfortunately, this is the business side of it and I have to do what I have to do.  But on Sundays, I’ll still be the same player I’ve been for the last four years.”
“We’ll decide on June 15th how we want to proceed,” Mackler said.  “We might sign the tender by then and we might not.  We’re in the process of determining how much D’Qwell will participate between now and Sept. 1.”

Randy Ward, is a die hard Browns fan that hasn't missed a game since the Browns have been back in 99. Randy bleeds Orange and Brown and can't wait for that one day, when the Browns are on top of the mountain. Go Browns and Destination Super Bowl!!!!



  1. Denolakes

    May 20, 2010 at 10:34 pm

    Yeah, yeah. Sure, sure. Keep runnin’ your mouth. Shut up and play. You’ve got a year left on a contract that ain’t exactly keepin’ you in the poorhouse, now, is it? And, you didn’t play the bulk of last season. Get over yourself.

  2. ButchGavlen

    May 21, 2010 at 12:43 pm

    Another ‘agent’ mucking it up….exactly where would he be standing if he used his own mind and thought things out? Between the agents and the unions it’s a wonder we still have football.

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