Jackson finished the 2018 regular season with 73 tackles (63 solo), four interceptions on nine passes defended, one sack and one forced fumble in 16 games played.
Jackson made good on Carolina's second-round selection, leading all rookies in interceptions while starting every game at cornerback. Although he endured the usual ups and downs associated with first-year players at his position, Jackson can look back fondly on his introductory campaign, which also saw him place fifth on the Panthers in tackles.
Jackson finished with 10 tackles (eight solo) in Sunday's 26-20 loss to the Browns.
Jackson was also credited with a pass deflection, giving him eight on his rookie year, including four interceptions. His 10 stops Sunday marked a new career high, and he should have many more tackling opportunities while guarding Michael Thomas in Week 15 versus the Saints.
Jackson (quadriceps) was a full participant in Thursday's practice, David Newton of ESPN.com reports.
Jackson did not practice to begin the week, but he now appears to have fully recovered from a quadriceps injury sustained during a Week 12 loss to the Seahawks. Barring any setbacks, the rookie second-round pick is on track for the Week 13 game against the Buccaneers.
Jackson (quadriceps) didn't participate in practice Wednesday, Joe Person of The Athletic reports.
Jackson sustained the quadriceps injury Sunday against the Seahawks. It was seemingly serious enough to force him out of the game after the first play and keep him from returning. The Charlotte Observer's Jourdan Rodrigue reported that the LSU product worked on the side instead of missing practice completely. Jackson has made comments that indicate he's feeling better and that the injury won't be a long-term issue, but his practice statuses throughout the week will help paint a better picture.
Jackson (quadriceps) says he's "feeling all right" after suffering his injury Sunday, David Newton of ESPN.com reports.
Jackson went down with his injury on the first play Sunday and wasn't able to return. He hasn't officially been cleared to play Week 13, but his comments seem to indicate this won't be a long-term issue.
Jackson (quadriceps) has been ruled out for the remainder of Sunday's game against the Seahawks, The Athletic's Joe Person reports.
Jackson figures to be replaced by Corn Elder across from James Bradberry at cornerback, though Captain Munnerlyn could also see an increased workload.
Jackson was forced out of Sunday's game versus the Seahawks due to a quadriceps injury, Steve Reed of the Associated Press reports.
Jackson's having a strong rookie campaign with 42 tackles, seven pass breakups and four interceptions. If Jackson can't return, expect Corn Elder to log a starter's workload.
Jackson logged five tackles (all solo), one pass defended and one interception during Sunday's 42-28 win over the Buccaneers.
Jackson logged another solid performance Week 9, picking off quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick late in the fourth quarter to shut down any hopes of a Buccaneers' comeback. The second-round pick is now tied with D.J. Swearinger for the league lead in interceptions and will look to continue building upon an outstanding rookie year during Thursday's game against the Steelers.
Jackson recorded three tackles (two solo), including a sack, and a pass defensed in Sunday's win over Baltimore.
Jackson's sack was the first of his career, and his pass defensed gives him six on the season. His solid play so far has validated his status as a second-round pick in last April's draft. He'll look to continue stacking success as the Panthers take on the Buccaneers in Week 9.
Jackson (groin) won't carry an injury designation into Sunday's game against the Eagles, Bryan Strickland of the Panthers' official site reports.
Jackson began the week as a limited practice participant but put in a full session Friday to avoid the questionable tag. The rookie cornerback should take up his usual starting role at cornerback for the Panthers.
Jackson was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice due to a groin injury, Bryan Strickland of the Panthers' official site reports.
Jackson likely picked up the injury in Sunday's loss to the Redskins, but his involvement in the Panthers' first practice of the week suggests it's not a major concern. The second-round pick out of the LSU has been one of the NFL's top defensive rookies through the first six weeks of the season, tallying 28 tackles, five pass breakups, three interceptions and a forced fumble.
Jackson recorded seven tackles (all solo), two pass deflections and two interceptions in a 31-21 victory over the Bengals on Sunday.
Jackson led the Panthers in solo tackles and interceptions Sunday, contributing two of the team's four forced turnovers. The LSU alum did so while being on the field for 61 of Carolina's 65 defensive plays. Jackson's three interceptions this season match Miami's Xavien Howard and Seattle's Earl Thomas for most in the league.
Jackson (groin) is listed as active Week 3 against Cincinnati.
Jackson only logged one limited practice this week, but the team saw enough in pregame warmups to allow the rookie to suit up for the home matchup. Opposing quarterbacks have been targeting Jackson through the first two games, and that's been beneficial for his counting stats. The second-round pick out of LSU already has 12 combined tackles, an interception and a forced fumble on the season.
Jackson (groin) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Bengals, David Newton of ESPN.com reports.
Jackson did not practice Wednesday and Thursday, but the team feels confident enough to give him the questionable tag regardless. Corn Elder and Captain Munnerlyn would be in line for increased roles if Jackson is ultimately unable to play.
Jackson (groin) is working through a soft tissue injury, Steve Reed of the Associated Press reports.
Jackson was additionally held out of Thursday's practice, Steve Reed of the Associated Press reports. Carolina seems to be taking a "wait and see" approach to the second-round rookie's health. If Jackson is able to suit up against the Bengals on Sunday, he's primed to play a starting role. If the 22-year-old were to miss any time, Corn Elder would step in as his replacement.
Jackson (groin) was a non-participant in Wednesday's practice, Steve Reed of the Associated Press reports.
It remains to be seen whether the groin injury that held Jackson out of practice is related to the hamstring injury he suffered against the Falcons in Week 2. For any chance to suit up against the Bengals on Sunday, the second-round rookie will need to participate in practice at some point this week.
Donte Jackson suffered a hamstring injury and is ruled out Sunday against the Falcons, Joe Person of The Athletic reports.
Jackson was forced out of Sunday's game shortly after logging his first career interception. The severity of the second-round rookie's injury remains unknown, so expect an update on Jackson's health early in Week 3.
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