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American football player

Born: January 14, 1983, Colorado Springs, Colorado, United States

Died: February 15, 2021, Homewood Suites by Hilton Tampa-Brandon, Florida, United States

Height: 1.96 m

40 yard dash time: 4.46 seconds

Spouse: Lindsey VanDeweghe (m. 2011–2021)

Number: 83 (Tampa Bay Buccaneers / Wide receiver)

Real Name Vincent Terrell Jackson

Birth Nation USA

Place Of Birth Colorado Springs, Colorado

Nationality American

Ethnicity American-White

Race White

Horoscope Capricorn

Religion Christian

Vincent Terrell Jackson Cause Of Death

Death Date 15th February 2021 (Monday)

Cause Of Death Unknown

Vincent Terrell Jackson Family Details

Father Terence Jackson

Mother Sherry Jackson

Vincent Terrell Jackson Marital Status

Marital Status Married

Wife Lindsey VanDeweghe

Children 3; Carter, Amaya, and Dominick

High School Widefield High School

University University of Northern Colorado, University of South Florida

Height 6 ft 5 in

Weight 230 lb or 104 KG

Body Type Athletic

Source of Wealth Football Career

Position Wide Receiver

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Both of Jackson’s parents served in the United States Armed Forces.

He sponsored military families at every Buccaneers home game through the ‘Jackson in Action’ Front Row Fans section at Raymond James Stadium.

In November 2012, Jackson spoke to students at Northwest Elementary about the importance of physical fitness, helped present a $10,000 Play 60 grant, and led students through a physical education class to congratulate the winners of the Play 60 Super School contest.

In 2016, Jackson graduated from the University of South Florida with a degree in Business Management.

Jackson attended Widefield High School in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

As a senior, he was a Rocky Mountain News All-State Honorable Mention, a first-team all-area pick, and a first-team all-conference pick.

He also was a standout in basketball.

A straight-A student in high school, Jackson was accepted to Columbia, but decided to attend University of Northern Colorado on a partial scholarship to play both basketball and football.

Vincent Terrell Jackson was an American professional football player who played as a wide receiver for 12 seasons in the National Football League (NFL).

He played college football at Northern Colorado, and was drafted by the San Diego Chargers in the second round of the 2005 NFL Draft.

He also played for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Jackson was selected to the Pro Bowl three times and exceeded 1,000 receiving yards six times in his career.

The son of two Army veterans, Jackson was born in Fort Polk, Louisiana and later became a two-sport star at Widefield High School in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

After graduating from high school with a 4.1 grade point average, he played for both the basketball and football teams at Northern Colorado, using his height, physicality and leaping ability to excel in both.

Jackson was selected by the Chargers in the second round of the 2005 draft and became a starter the following year.

He spent the first seven years of his 12-year career in San Diego before signing with the Buccaneers as a free agent in 2012. He made three Pro Bowls in a four-year span from 2009 to 2012.

The 6-foot-5 wide receiver last played in 2016 before landing on injured reserve with a knee injury.

He announced his retirement in 2018 after catching 540 passes for 9,080 yards and 57 touchdowns.

Jackson was known for his support of military families, including his work through The Jackson in Action 83 Foundation, which he founded in 2012.