Here's a shocker for you:
"The way it was explained to me is that they were going in a different direction. That was really all that was said. (My approach to rehab) may have played a role in it, I don't know but as far as I know it was a business decision."
The release of Jackson signals that the new regime under Greg Schiano may be setting far higher standards. No details were given by Dominik during the quickly-called news conference.
"What's important for us is the growth of our football players," Dominik said. "It's all about becoming the best Buccaneer possible."
Jackson was a five-year veteran, drafted out of Syracuse. His departure leaves yet another hole in the secondary that the Buccaneers will have to address either through free agency or the upcoming draft.