Broncos veteran safety Kareem Jackson will not be suspended by the NFL for his second illegal high hit in as many weeks, a league source confirmed Monday to The Post.
Jackson, 35, was penalized and ejected in the second quarter of Sunday’s game against Washington after he launched into a high hit on Washington tight end Logan Thomas on a fourth-down touchdown reception.
The Broncos safety was also flagged for unnecessary roughness in Week 1 for a high hit on Las Vegas wide receiver Jakobi Meyers.
Meyers and Thomas were each diagnosed with a concussion and Meyers did not play Week 2 for the Raiders. Jackson apologized for that hit after the Week 1 game and said, in part, ““Obviously we don’t play this game to hurt guys. It’s a tough sport we play. … Unfortunately stuff like…
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