The report states Jackson and a pizza delivery driver argued over a parking spot, which led to Jackson throwing two punches to the driver's head. An ambulance arrived to the scene but the alleged victim did not go to the hospital.
Jackson was the player that intercepted Patriots quarterback Tom Brady in the AFC Championship, which led to the beginning of the Deflategate controversy. Jackson finished the 2014 regular season with 140 tackles and four sacks.
Neither Thomas nor Wagner can participate in the game as both prepare to take on the Patriots in next week's Super Bowl.
Jackson led Indianapolis with 140 tackles in 2014, including four sacks while Adams totaled 87 tackles and grabbed a team-high five interceptions.
Troy Vincent, the NFL's executive vice president of football operations, told Pro Football Talk the league wants to quickly wrap up its investigation into whether the
"We're hoping to wrap that up in the next two or three days," Vincent said. "The team is in place in New England now interviewing staff members.
"We obviously want to get that on the table, get that behind us so that we can really get back to the game itself."
Vincent added fans "want to know that everything's equal. The integrity of the game is so important."
Patriots coach Bill Belichick says the team is cooperating fully with the investigation but has not elaborated on the allegation. Quarterback
"... When Gronk scores -- it was like his eighth touchdown of the year -- he spikes the ball and he deflates the ball," Brady told the radio station. "I love that, because I like the deflated ball. But I feel bad for that football, because he puts everything he can into those spikes."
Adams tied for the NFL lead with seven takeaways. Jackson led the AFC with 140 tackles. They're among seven Colts headed to the Pro Bowl.
The Patriots are considered 6 1/2-point favorites for Sunday's game.
|Year||Team||G||Fum||Lost||Fum Forced||Own Rec||Opp Rec||Yds||Tot Rec||TD|
Youth Indianapolis Colts Andrew Luck Nike Royal Blue Team Color Game Jersey Shop Now!