Tabaris Jackson died in a car accident, leaving his wife and child behind.
Tarvaris Jackson died in a car accident in Alabama at 8:50 pm on Sundays.
Tarvaris Jackson drove the Chevy Camaro in 2012 and left the road to overthrow trees.
He was taken to the hospital and died.
Tarvaris Jackson’s car crash occurred about seven miles south of his hometown, Montgomery.
Born and raised in Montgomery, Jackson started his college career at Arkansas and then transferred to the Football Championship Subdivision School Alabama State, where NFL Scouts drew attention.
In the 2006 NFL Draft, the 6-foot -2, 225 forwarder was ranked 64th by the Minnesota Vikings in the second round, instead of being expected to be a mid-round pick in the mid-round. He got a starting job there a little over a year later.
Jackson played nine seasons with the Vikings and Seattle Seahawks in the NFL.
Also he sent with Buffalo Bill in 2012, but didn’t play. He started 34 games, throwing more than 7,200 yards with 39 touchdowns and 35 interceptions.
Team members mourn the news of Jackson’s death.
Jackson, who has worked with Vikings, Seahawks and Buffalo Bills for a year, has long impressed teammates, Kutch and friends.
Many of them visited Twitter to pay tribute to Jackson.
“TJack .. you will miss,” said Russell Wilson, a former team member of Jackson. Pray for your family.
“Tarvaris Jackson was a beloved teammate, competitor and Seahawk,” said Seahawks coach Pete Carroll. “He wants to see it deeply. It’s heartbreaking to share his condolences with his family and friends and to share his news. We love you forever.”
Jackson joined Tennessee State University in 2019 as a Tigers Quarterback coach after coaching for 1 year in Alabama, Alma. When he had 10 years of experience at NFL, he had 45 careers.
Jackson is married and has three children.
Jackson leaves behind his wife Lakitta and three children, Tarvaris, Takayla and Tyson.