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Former New York Giant and FCS standout arrested for Murder

Former McNeese State standout cornerback and five-star recruit Janzen Jackson, has been charged with murder in Los Angeles.

Jackson was an Army All-American cornerback who was part of a monster recruiting class put together by former coach Lane Kiffin back in 2009.

He was a All-SEC second-team member as a sophomore starter for the Vols, but was dismissed in 2011 by then-coach Derek Dooley for disciplinary reasons.

He finished his career at McNeese State an FCS team, and later participated in the 2012 NFL Scouting Combine.

The New York Giants signed Jackson as an undrafted free agent, but he was released before the season started.

This is horrible news, his mother was even searching for a mental health evaluation before Janzen killed someone.

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