Tom Jackson
Tom Jackson
Thomas Louie "Tom" Jackson, also referred to as "TJ" or "Tommy", is an NFL analyst for ESPN and a former Pro Bowl linebacker for the Denver Broncos.
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ESPN NFL analyst Tom Jackson retires after 29 years
LATimes - 7 months
Hall of Fame broadcaster Tom Jackson is calling it quits after a 29-year career. ESPN announced Wednesday that the 65-year-old NFL analyst is retiring from broadcasting. Jackson's final assignment will be this weekend at the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio. Jackson joined ESPN in 1987...
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Don't overlook classic lures hiding in your tackle box
News-Leader - over 4 years
Over the Fourth of July holiday, Harrison, Ark., angler Tom Jackson went through his tackle box and found some old lures he hadn't used in years.
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Mile High Rewind #3: 1977 AFC Divisional Round vs. Steelers
Mile High Report - almost 5 years
I've watched the Broncos get railed in Super Bowl XII, and I've watched them squeak by the Raiders to get there in the 1977 AFC Championship. Both of those games kind of made sense. But one thing about that season never made sense to me. How the hell did Craig Morton and company make it past the Steel Curtain in the Divisional Round? I'm getting in my VHS powered time machine to check it out on Christmas Eve, 1977. via cdn.bleacherreport.net 1st Quarter ------------------ Flux Capacitor Problems - I must've only used about 1.20 gigawatts, because by the time I arrived, the Broncos had already blocked a punt and taken a 7-0 lead. The 3-4 - Starting lineups are a good reminder that the Orange Crush was a 3-4 team. The Steelers seem addicted to the run against them. I wonder if that's a response to the Ring of Fame backfield of Louis Wright, Steve Foley and Billy Thompson. East Coast Offense - I saw a bit in a documentary about how during the Steelers’ reign, Bil ...
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Mr William Thomas Tom Jackson
Driffield Times - about 5 years
A Funeral service was held at the Parish Church, Driffield on Thursday 12 January, which would have been his 90th birthday, for Mr <a class="fplink fp-721586" href="/Tom+Jackson+1">Tom Jackson</a> of Angus Drive,Driffield, who died on 2 January.
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Woman claims cop tried to trade sex for dropping charge - KSDK
Google News - over 5 years
&quot;There was no attempt to contact the police department either to make a complaint or to file criminal charges,&quot; said Ferguson Police Chief Tom Jackson. Jackson says the first the department heard of the claim was several days later when Ellis filed a
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Couch Slouch: The ESPN family of networks has a family of NFL analysts - Washington Post
Google News - over 5 years
Eric Allen, Lomas Brown, Tedy Bruschi, Cris Carter, Trent Dilfer, Mike Ditka, Hugh Douglas, Herm Edwards, Mike Golic, Jon Gruden, Tim Hasselbeck, Merril Hoge, Tom Jackson, Ron Jaworski, Keyshawn Johnson, Eric Mangini, Bill Parcells, Antonio Pierce,
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Cincinnati hasn't won at Denver since Ford Administration - kypost.com
Google News - over 5 years
ESPN&#39;s Tom Jackson was a hard hitting linebacker for the Broncos by way of Louisville. Bob Trumpy was chronically microphone shy and Tommy Casanova was just getting started in his life&#39;s work at UC Medical School. They were all part of the last Bengals
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ESPN's Pats-Chargers prediction roundup - ESPN (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
I don&#39;t believe the San Diego Chargers can do that., I don&#39;t believe they&#39;ll sack him enough and get to him enough and frustrate him enough. * Sunday Countdown: Keyshawn Johnson, Tom Jackson, Mike Ditka and Cris Carter pick the Patriots
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Scooters Elude UGA Crackdown… So Far - Flagpole Magazine
Google News - over 5 years
Despite several high-profile scooter accidents involving athletes—and debate about whether scooters are &quot;vehicles&quot; that should be barred from some areas of campus—UGA has no plans to limit scooter use, says Tom Jackson, UGA&#39;s VP for public affairs
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ESPN's Jackson predicts: Manning's Colts will miss playoffs - USA Today
Google News - over 5 years
The new NFL season hasn&#39;t started yet but ESPN analyst Tom Jackson predicts the injured Peyton Manning and Indianapolis Colts will miss the playoffs for the first time in a decade. Manning is still recuperating from
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City OK with FOF financial scrutiny - Hamilton Spectator
Google News - over 5 years
Councillor Tom Jackson said he would only ask to see more detailed numbers if a dispute over council&#39;s festival contribution arose, as it did in 2009 when Lieberman alleged inappropriate billing by the city. “He (Lieberman) is meeting the minimum
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Buehler's Fresh Foods looking to grow, diversify - TMC Net
Google News - over 5 years
Looking from the outside, Tom Jackson, president of the Ohio Grocers Association, said the hiring was a good move. &quot;I think it may be a good idea for a company to bring in someone from the outside, perhaps with some new slants, new innovation,
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Veterans to be honored - Middle East North Africa Financial Network
Google News - over 5 years
Tom Jackson, commander of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1925 in Seymour, doesn&#39;t wonder, he knows. &quot;It doesn&#39;t happen here because of the many veterans that have served our country,&quot; he said. &quot;They are the reason we are safe today
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Tom Jackson
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 2016
    Age 64
    Tom Jackson retired from ESPN after the 2016 Pro Football Hall of Fame induction ceremony.
    More Details Hide Details In July 2015, Jackson was named the 2015 recipient of the prestigious Pete Rozelle Radio-Television Award from the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
    On August 6, 2016 Jackson retired as an ESPN NFL analyst after working his final ESPN assignment at the Pro Football Hall of Fame enshrinement weekend in Canton, Ohio.
    More Details Hide Details Jackson attended John Adams High School (Cleveland, Ohio), where he played football as a star defensive back, baseball, and also was a wrestler. He was a fan of the Cleveland Browns and he and his father attended many games. Jackson credited his wrestling coach with developing his mental toughness and character. "He was a 140-pound guy named John Bianchi, the toughest little Italian man I ever knew. He drove us unbelievably and probably drove me more than he drove the rest of my teammates. I look back very fondly on his help building of my character." Jackson's mother died when he was a teenager. Jackson dreamed of attending Ohio State, but the Buckeyes had little interest in the undersized Jackson. However, he was recruited by University of Louisville head coach and current college football analyst Lee Corso.
  • FORTIES
  • 1999
    Age 47
    His number 50 was retired by the Cardinals in 1999.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 1990
    Age 38
    Jackson resides in Cincinnati, Ohio with his wife, Jennifer, a former flight attendant whom he met in Hawaii at the 1990 Pro Bowl.
    More Details Hide Details They have two daughters, Taylor and Morgan. He also had a daughter, Andrea Jackson, who died on August 7, 1997, at the age of nine in a car accident.
  • 1987
    Age 35
    In 1987, Jackson joined ESPN studios where he was teamed with Chris Berman on the network's signature NFL shows, NFL Countdown and NFL Primetime.
    More Details Hide Details Sunday NFL Countdown, the weekly Sunday morning pre-game show and has won seven Sports Emmy awards for Outstanding Studio Show—Weekly (1988, 1991, 1994, 1995, 2001, 2003 and 2007 seasons). On Monday Night Countdown, Jackson hosted the segment "Jacked Up!," which featured five hits from the previous day's games. The show's hosts recited the title phrase as they watched some of the most punishing hits inflicted by players on the field. Jackson's pre-ESPN broadcasting experience included co-host positions for both "Broncos Beat," a weekly show on KCNC-TV in Denver, Colorado and a post-game show on KUSA-TV. He had also hosted a daily syndicated sports commentary radio show, "Behind the Line." In 1995, Jackson appeared in the "Eggheads" episode of the American science fiction television series Sliders, playing a color commentator during the Mindgame scenes.
    Jackson published Blitz: An Autobiography in 1987 which focused on his career with the Broncos.
    More Details Hide Details The book was written with long-time Denver Post sports columnist Woody Paige.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1973
    Age 21
    Jackson was selected by the Denver Broncos in the fourth round of the 1973 NFL Draft.
    More Details Hide Details He enjoyed a 14-year career in Denver where he was a three-time Pro Bowl selection, a four-time All-Pro selection, and was voted Denver's Most Inspirational Player six times by his teammates. He also assisted the team to championship appearances in Super Bowl XII and Super Bowl XXI. Jackson was one of only four players to play for the Broncos in both of the aforementioned Super Bowls, played nine years apart. Jackson finished his career with 20 interceptions, which he returned for 340 yards and three touchdowns, and eight fumble recoveries, which he returned for 104 yards. He also recorded 13 sacks (with a season high 5-1/2) as a weak-side blitzer in Denver's 3-4 defense according to Broncos records. Jackson ranks third only to Jason Elam and John Elway on the team's all-time list of games played with 191. He retired tied for the franchise lead for interceptions by a linebacker with 20.
  • TEENAGE
  • 1970
    Age 18
    During his college career, he was a two-time Missouri Valley Conference player of the year selection in 1970 and 1972.
    More Details Hide Details Playing linebacker, he led the Cardinals in tackles all three years and led the team to an overall record of 23-7-2.
    He attended Louisville and played football for three seasons, from 1970 to 1972.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1951
    Born
    Born on April 4, 1951.
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