The Chargers general manager Tom Telesco reportedly apologized to the defensive backs at the franchise, after signing J.C. Jackson in a bust move.
According to Kris Rhim of ESPN Telesco shared his disappointment with the team at the first defensive meeting after the trade.
He signed the cornerback on a free agency last season with the team forming out $38 million for his services, if you could call it that.
He played just seven games and earned $5.25 million per appearance.He was traded to the Patriots recently for a raft of late round picks.
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The GM not only apologized for the signing but also for giving Jackson so many opportunities when he was clearly not up to the big billing.
He missed preseason after ankle surgery and missed the season opener against the Raiders. He suffered a non-contact patellar tendon injury during their week 7 clash with the Seahawks.
Jackson has also brushed up against the wrong side of the law, being arrested in Dartmouth Massachusetts on December 19, 2022.
In September of this year Jackson was issued with an arrest warrant after failing to appear in court for a probation violation hearing.
He was a Pro Bowler for the New England team in 2021 before signing for the Chargers in one of the worst deals in NFL history. He also won a Superbowl with the Patriots in the 2018 season as the Patriots defeated the Rams 13-3 in Atlanta, Georgia.
Telesco admitted Jackson showed no commitment to the team and told his players and coaching staff he made a mistake so expensive Salt Bae would be embarrassed.