How he answers his own question won’t come until after Sunday and when, in Jackson’s mind, the timing is right during the offseason to consider his future.
“I’ll allow myself that time to sit back and reflect and think about things I’ve accomplished in my career and what I’ve done this season,” he said. “And think about how much longer I want to play this game, as well. There’s going to be a small window of opportunity and I want to make sure I take full advantage of it.”
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