Per a league source, a team with interest in Jackson has learned that he’s expecting a four-game suspension from the league office.
For Jackson, he also has pleaded guilty to knowingly driving with a suspended license after an arrest that occurred on the way to a playoff loss to the Jets. After that arrest, Jackson expressed defiance and indignation; if the league has heard the audio of his remarks, we doubt that Jackson will earn any brownie points.
The fact that Jackson faces a suspension likely has made him less inclined to sign his tender offer before the regular-season begins. The reality that he could miss as many as four games could make teams interested in trading for him less inclined to do so.