In a statement from Ray Farmer... (courtesy of ClevelandBrowns.com)
“We had positive discussion with D’Qwell and his agent over the last several days, and we came to the mutual agreement to go in different directions. D’Qwell is the epitome of class, leadership and professionalism. Every day of his NFL career, D’Qwell has been a solid representative of the Browns and the City of Cleveland, both between the lines on Sundays and off the field in our area community. We want to thank him for his eight years of service and wish him nothing but the best in his future endeavors.”Jackson also had some positive words for Cleveland...
"To the people of Cleveland and Browns fans everywhere: Eight years ago I began a journey that blessed me with the opportunity to be a part of a wonderful organization and community. I want to take this time to thank each and every one of you for opening your arms and hearts to my family and me, and for making Cleveland an easy place to love and call home. It’s been an honor playing in front of you.
“I also would like to thank the Browns players, coaches and staff for their tireless work and commitment. From the bottom of my heart, I thank you all and will always carry you with me."
This comes as a shock for most who thought that Jackson would be a player that would be in Browns' future plans especially if they plan on being dominate. It clears up the picture of a rumor that was circulating of the teams interest in Bart Scott. Which makes no sense either but maybe this team has better things in mind and plan on drafting a linebacker in the draft. Who knows we will see come April.
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