Defensive end Tyson Jackson has been disappointing ever since the Chiefs drafted him with the No. 3 overall pick in 2009. In his first four seasons in the league, he's recorded just five sacks -- and he's been paid quite handsomely for it. Eleven months ago, the Chiefs restructured Jackson's contract to save money on cap space, and on Tuesday, ESPN.com's Bill Williamson reported that the two sides have tweaked his deal again to keep him on the team for 2013.
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