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D'Qwell Jackson Fined $1,000 in Simple Battery Hearing: Details, Reaction

Indianapolis Colts linebacker D'Qwell Jackson received a minimal sentence of a $1,000 fine Friday after being found guilty of simple battery in Washington, D.C., earlier in March. Stephen Holder of the Indianapolis Star reported theShow More Summary

D’Qwell Jackson fined $1,000 in pizza delivery driver assault

Earlier this month, Colts linebacker D’Qwell Jackson was found guilty of a misdemeanor charge related to an altercation with a pizza delivery driver in Washington, D.C. in February 2015. Jackson faced up to six months in jail as a result of the conviction, but he avoided any time behind bars when the sentence was handed…

D’Qwell Jackson “surprised and disappointed” by assault conviction

A day after he was convicted of simple assault, Colts linebacker D’Qwell Jackson has vowed to appeal. In a statement released by the Colts, Jackson said he does not agree with the guilty verdict on a misdemeanor charge. “I was surprised and disappointed by yesterday’s verdict and we are planning to appeal,” Jackson said. “I…

Colts LB D'Qwell Jackson found guilty of assault for punching pizza delivery driver

Jackson punched a pizza delivery driver in the face after an argument over a parking space. Indianapolis Colts linebacker D'Qwell Jackson could be facing a suspension after he was found guilty on Monday of simple assault for punching...Show More Summary

D'Qwell Jackson Found Guilty of Simple Assault on Pizza Delivery Driver

Indianapolis Colts linebacker D'Qwell Jackson was found guilty of simple assault on Monday for an altercation from February 2015 in which he allegedly punched a pizza delivery driver in Washington, D.C. Stephen Holder of the Indianapolis Star reported on Monday's development. Show More Summary

D’Qwell Jackson found guilty of simple assault

Colts linebacker D’Qwell Jackson was arrested in February 2015 for allegedly assaulting a pizza delivery driver during an argument over a parking spot and faced a non-jury trial on a simple assault charge this month to resolve the issue. It has been resolved and Jackson has been found guilty of simple assault. Stephen Holder of the…

Indianapolis Colts linebacker D’Qwell Jackson convicted of misdemeanor assault

Jackson was accused in D.C. of punching a pizza deliveryman who parked in his space.

NFL's D'Qwell Jackson -- FOUND GUILTY In Pizza Boy Attack

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Indianapolis Colts linebacker D'Qwell Jackson has been found guilty of attacking a pizza delivery boy during an argument over a parking space last year... TMZ Sports has learned.  As we previously reported, Jackson -- who intercepted the pass…

Colts LB Jackson sued over alleged assault

Colts linebacker D’Qwell Jackson is being sued by a man he allegedly assaulted early last year. Per the Indy Star, the suit stems from the Feb. 2015 incident during which Jackson allegedly assaulted a pizza delivery driver during a spat over a parking spot in Washington, D.C. The driver, Jose Bonilla-Fuentes, said Jackson threated his…

D'Qwell Jackson Reportedly Sued by Pizza Delivery Driver He Allegedly Punched

Indianapolis Colts linebacker D'Qwell Jackson is reportedly being sued for $1.5 million by the pizza delivery driver he allegedly punched in February 2015, according to ESPN's Dianna Marie Russini. Jackson was arrested and charged with...Show More Summary

Colts list Walden as doubtful, optimistic about Jackson

The Colts’ longer than usual injury report is a concern for coach Chuck Pagano, but Pagano told reporters Friday that linebacker D’Qwell Jackson’s track record says he will be in the starting lineup Sunday vs. the Jaguars. Jackson, the Colts’ leading tackler, has been limited this week by a quad injury, missed practice Friday and…

Colts' D'Qwell Jackson doesn't know what happened to football that spurred deflate-gate

Five minutes into the second quarter of the AFC title game, Colts linebacker D'Qwell Jackson picked off Tom Brady on a pass intended for Rob Gronkowski. On the field, the turnover gave Indianapolis a chance to keep the score close; at...Show More Summary

Arian Foster gets pulled from game, pulls Sean Rodriguez on Gatorade jug

Houston Texans running back Arian Foster was drilled late in the second quarter on a hit from Indianapolis Colts linebacker D'Qwell Jackson. A hit that — replete with a blow to the head — screamed concussion test. Indeed, Foster came out of the game — for one play. Show More Summary

D’Qwell Jackson apologizes for distraction his assault arrest created

Colts linebacker D’Qwell Jackson said there’s another side to the story, the one about him threatening to kill a pizza guy over a parking spot. Of course, he can’t tell it yet. Jackson told Stephen Holder of the Indianapolis Star that there’s more to the story than the version advanced by the delivery man who…

Top Inside Linebacker Prospects for the Indianapolis Colts in the 2015 NFL Draft

Before the offseason even began, the Indianapolis Colts needed to draft an inside linebacker. The team had a down year at the position in 2014, with Jerrell Freeman regressing and D'Qwell Jackson struggling in man coverage. With Freeman...Show More Summary

D'Qwell Jackson Arrest Caps Off His Season as Latest Colts FA Bust

Indianapolis Colts general manager Ryan Grigson has received quite a bit of praise for elevating the Colts from a 2-14 train wreck to a consistent playoff team, even if a bit of that is tinged with the idea that you and I could have made the no-brainer selection of Andrew Luck at No. Show More Summary

Pizza delivery man says D’Qwell Jackson threatened to kill him

More details are emerging regarding the recent arrest of Colts linebacker D’Qwell Jackson for assault.  And they’re not pretty. Jose Bonilla-Fuentes recently told CBS Sports Radio in Indianapolis that Jackson threatened to “kill” the man who had parked his pizza-delivery car in Jackson’s assigned spot. Asked what happened, Bonilla-Fuentes was concise:  “What happened is that…

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