A star cornerback could be on the move. Dolphins cornerback Xavien Howard has requested a trade from the team on Tuesday citing, “I don’t feel valued or respected by the Dolphins. Teams have already called the Dolphins about a trade for Howard, which is not surprising.
Jackson was originally drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles in 1988 where he played for four years before signing a four-year, six-million-dollar deal to play for the Miami Dolphins. While he did not finish out that contract with the Dolphins, playing only the first three years of the deal he did make it to the Pro Bowl, representing the Dolphins in his first and last season with the team. In three seasons in Miami Jackson had 146 receptions for 1,880 yards and 18 touchdowns.
I think last year he was building on that and now he feels comfortable and now it’s his show," tight end Mike Gesicki said. "I’m happy that he’s in that position and comfortable enough to pull the whole offense together after practice and give his whole evaluation. It was just a good day.