And then there was one. The Cleveland Browns' busy offseason leaves them having addressed the possible loss of Alex Mack (he stayed) and the departures of T.J. Ward and D'Qwell Jackson (Donte Whitner and Karlos Dansby). They added aShow More Summary
The Cleveland Browns made three free agency additions in the first 48 hours of the signing period, all on defense. They signed inside linebacker Karlos Dansby to replace D'Qwell Jackson, safety Donte Whitner to take on T.J. Ward's job and cornerback Isaiah Trufant to provide depth and special-teams acumen. Show More Summary
INDIANAPOLIS -- Indianapolis Colts general manager Ryan Grigson is not playing around when it comes to trying to improve the front seven of their defense. It started with the signing of former Cleveland linebacker D'Qwell Jackson last...Show More Summary
The Cleveland Browns cut an inside linebacker prior to free agency. Within minutes of free agency’s start, they reached agreement with an inside linebacker. And he’s older than the one they cut. The new regime must like Karlos Dansby, though, because they made him one of their first additions in free agency. Show More Summary
After releasing veteran linebacker D'Qwell Jackson this offseason, the Cleveland Browns have reportedly signed Karlos Dansby. According to Kent Somers of AZCentral.com, the former Arizona Cardinals linebacker will receive a four-year contract worth $24 million. Show More Summary
The 2014 NFL free-agent class is stacked, and many teams have taken advantage of the legal tampering period by kicking off the signings and re-signings with a flurry of activity. Players such as linebacker D'Qwell Jackson, cornerback...Show More Summary
Just one more day remains until the NFL's 2014 free-agency period begins. That, of course, hasn't stopped the Indianapolis Colts from getting involved early. The Colts signed LB D'Qwell Jackson last week after his release from the Cleveland Browns, and then followed that up with the re-signing of P Pat McAfee. Show More Summary
When the Indianapolis Colts signed former Cleveland Browns linebacker D'Qwell Jackson to a four-year deal worth $22 million, the initial reaction was that Indianapolis may have overpaid for a washed-up linebacker. After all, the Browns had released Jackson to save just over $5 million, and now the Colts were handing him $22 million. Show More Summary
The Indianapolis Colts signed former Browns linebacker D’Qwell Jackson to a four-year, $22 million deal. Shaun King believes this was a smart move by the Colts.
ESPN.com reported on Thursday that the Indianapolis Colts signed linebacker D'Qwell Jackson to a four-year contract worth $22 million. How will Jackson fit into the Colts defense? What other free-agent moves will the Colts be able to...Show More Summary
The Indianapolis Colts got a head start on 2014's free-agency gold rush. After visiting several teams, and there being reported interest from many more, FOX Sports 1's Mike Garafolo reported inside linebacker D'Qwell Jackson agreed to...Show More Summary
INDIANAPOLIS -- New Indianapolis Colts linebacker D'Qwell Jackson had options. Tennessee. Denver. Miami. But when it was all said and done, the familiarity with his former coach in Cleveland and the family-type atmosphere, the one that...Show More Summary
Mike Florio discusses the hottest topics around the NFL, including the Colts’ new signing in D’Qwell Jackson, the Titans’ best option is to hold on and trade Chris Johnson and Adrian Peterson’s eagerness for Michael Vick speaks to the Vikings’ frustrations.
Free-agent linebacker D'Qwell Jackson signed a $22 million contract with the Indianapolis Colts, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported Thursday. The Miami Dolphins were one of several teams interested in Jackson and hosted him for a visit. Although Miami didn’t get Jackson, his visit was telling. Show More Summary
It’s always interesting how one team views another’s talent. ESPN’S Adam Schefter reported that D'Qwell Jackson received four years and $22 million to sign with the Indianapolis Colts, with $11 million guaranteed. It’s tough to think the Browns could not have paid him that much. Show More Summary
INDIANAPOLIS -- It only took two playoff games -- or a handful of plays if you really want to narrow it down -- to see an area the Indianapolis Colts needed to address in the offseason. You had your options to choose from. Quarterback...Show More Summary
The Indianapolis Colts reached an agreement with coveted free-agent linebacker D'Qwell Jackson. Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network broke word of a deal: Colts owner Jim Irsay then officially welcomed Jackson to the franchise: Jason La Canfora...Show More Summary
A week after the Browns released D'Qwell Jackson, the linebacker has found a new home with the Colts.
We all got a chance to see the Colts' defensive deficiencies in the playoffs. With each big play Alex Smith made in the first round or every time LeGarrette Blount sliced through their defense untouched in the second round, it was painfully...Show More Summary
The Colts told linebacker Pat Angerer that he won’t be re-signed this offseason and they’ve already found his replacement at inside linebacker. Colts owner Jim Irsay took to Twitter on Thursday morning to announce that the team had agreed to terms with a new member of the defense and a short time later he pulled…