EX-EAGLES TRENCH WARRIOR MALIK JACKSON HEADS TO THE COUCH!

By Harvey Hoffman

Ex- Eagles defensive tackle Malik Jackson has retired at 33, making the announcement on the NFL Network’s “Good Morning Football.”

“I’m done,” he said.

“I’m not leaving the couch right now,” he added. “I’m happy at home.

“That was the goal,” he added. “Ten to 12 years was my goal. I was able to get to a point where I did OK, did pretty well for myself. I think I just did enough. I have a daughter, and I need to go home and be with her and start living life.

The 6-5, 285 pounder was taken in the fifth round, 137th-overall, in the 2012 draft by the Denver Broncos. He played for the team through the 2015 season, and helped them defeat the Carolina Panthers in 2015. He recovered a strip sack of Panthers quarterback Cam Newton for a touchdown in the first quarter of that game.

Jackson played for the Eagles from 2019-2020.

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