ASHBURN, Va. -- Football wasn’t the priority the past two years. Surviving was. So Redskins safety Tanard Jackson worked in a warehouse, trying to support his family. He worked on keeping himself clean, knowing football would never return if that part didn’t happen. “Anything that was done football related was an afterthought,” Jackson said. “I’ve got kids. I have a family to provide for. Staying in shape wasn’t a big No.via ESPN.com - NFL Nation http://ift.tt/1k5eBX7

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