O'Halloran: Before starting college career, Broncos' Devontae Jackson had another type of job

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O'Halloran: Before starting college career, Broncos' Devontae Jackson had another type of job
O'Halloran: Before starting college career, Broncos' Devontae Jackson had another type of job

Unable to post test scores good enough to accept a Division I offer, Broncos rookie running back Devontae Jackson had a different type of freshman year in 2014. From 10 a.m.-1 a.m., he worked at a restaurant in Georgia. He wasn't in school and wasn't playing football, but refused to drown himself in self-pity. “It was tough,” Jackson said earlier this spring. “But every time I got off from work, I would go straight to the weight room and train. I just made sure I continued to work while I wasn't able to be on the field. “The love of football was always there. I just wanted to get back on the field.” And Jackson did in 2015, starting a four-year career at Division II West Georgia that included

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