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Detroit Lions running back Justin Jackson has officially retired from the NFL, The team announced Thursday. He spent five years in the league, most notably with the Los Angeles Chargers before spending the 2022 season with the Lions.
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Jackson mostly played as a backup to Austin Eckler or Melvin Gordon during his four years with the Chargers. He rushed 206 times for 1,040 yards and four touchdowns in 43 games. Jackson added 65 receptions for 508 yards during his time in Los Angeles.
He played behind D’Andre Swift and Jamal Williams during his only season with the Lions amassing 170 rushing yards and 1 rushing touchdown as well as 12 receptions for 102 yards and 1 score. Jackson re-signed this season back-up David Montgomery and 2023 first-round pick Jahmir Gibbs.
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