The Washington Redskins added a player to their secondary as safety Tanard Jackson officially signed his contract at Redskins Park on Friday.
New #Redskins S Tanard Jackson signs his contract this morning at Redskins Park: yfrog.com/nuthakxj— Redskins (@Redskins) April 13, 2012
Jackson played five years with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers after being drafted in the fourth round in 2007. The 6'0" 200 pound safety played at Syracuse in college, but played his high school football at Bullis School in Potomac, MD.
Jackson played in 10 games for Tampa Bay in 2011. During the season he recorded three interceptions and 35 tackles for the Buccaneers defense in 2011.
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