"Year one, you just get smashed by a whole lot of stuff, going from college to the combine to minicamp, stuff like that. You never have that time off to relax," he said. "But year two or three are more slower. Guys get their feet under them and start understanding football at the NFL level. You get a better grasp of everything."
"It's the first time I ever had a coordinator who works with the defensive line a lot," Jackson said.