Earlier today, the Redskins said they “might” give Tanard Jackson a chance.
And then again, they “might” not.
According to the league’s transaction wire, the Redskins terminated Jackson’s contract today.
Jackson had missed the last two seasons because of suspensions for substance abuse violations, and he would have had to have been on a serious training program to be ready to contribute right now.
Teams will likely continue to monitor him, and if he’s serious about a comeback, someone might call. He’s only 28, so it’s not unreasonable to think he could, if he wants to.