When the 2008 NFL season ended, it was no big secret that the Cleveland Browns were about to embark on another rebuilding mission. When new coach Eric Mangini was hired, one of his first statements about the situation was that ILB D'Qwell Jackson was going to be a big piece of the foundation upon which to build. Now that piece is missing. On Tuesday, the Cleveland Browns placed Jackson on injured reserve with a shoulder injury he sustained in last Sunday's game at Pittsburgh. The exact nature of the injury has not been revealed, but it did require surgery, ending the season for the Browns' leading tackler. Jackson is expected to recover in roughly 12 weeks. This is another blow to a struggling team that just traded away its top offensive playmaker, and has no stability at the quarterback p ...
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