Malik Jackson

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Height: 6' 5"
Weight: 290
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College: Tennessee
Birth Place: Northridge, California
Draft: 2012 5th round (2nd pick) by the
  • Jaguars Daily: Bortles, quarterbacks uneven in OTAs
    Big Cat Country

    Jaguars Daily: Bortles, quarterbacks uneven in OTAs

    Jacksonville Jaguars quarterbacks uneven in Day 3 of OTAs - FirstCoastNews.com The Jaguars took the field for their third organized team activities practice on Friday. The media was allowed to watch the entire practice, as opposed to the short sections of viewing ability in the prior two sessions. It wasn't an especially strong practice for the Jaguars quarterbacks, as all three struggled with ball placement. There were a lot of pass breakups and a pair of interceptions. James Sample hoping injuries are a thing of the past - Jacksonville.com The cycle of “starts and stops,” some NFL players experience does not apply to Jaguars strong safety James Sample since he arrived from Louisville in 2015.

  • Dolphins tight end Julius Thomas looking for revival in Miami
    Dolphins Wire

    Dolphins tight end Julius Thomas looking for revival in Miami

    As a Denver Bronco, Julius Thomas was considered one of the better tight ends in the NFL. But in March after two less than impressive seasons with the Jacksonville Jaguars, the team traded Thomas to the Miami Dolphins for just a seventh-round draft pick. Miami head coach Adam Gase was the Broncos offensive coordinator when Thomas had some of his best seasons. That is why Thomas is confident he can excel in the Dolphins offense. “Our offense is always going to have the same standard and that’s to go score points,” Thomas said. “If we’re coming out here to do anything else, we’re not doing our service to the team. How many points we score a game, how many yards, that’ll be determined; but it’s

  • Yardbarker

    Three free agents the Detroit Lions should sign

    The Detroit Lions finished up the first leg of organized team activities (OTAs) on Thursday. OTAs give the team an opportunity to evaluate talent they have brought in through the draft and free agency. It’s also the first chance they get to see these additions practice alongside the players that will be returning to the field this year for the Lions. While the workouts are voluntary, it was nice to see almost every healthy player out on the practice field. Although the team is now officially working out together as a collective that doesn’t mean the Lions can’t add to its current core of players. In fact, in my opinion there is still some work to do. Luckily there are players available that could