Buccaneers May Welcome Safety Tanard Jackson Back

During his indefinite suspension for violating the league's substance abuse policy, Tanard Jackson isn't allowed to have any contact with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Stephen Holder of the St. Petersburg Times reports that Jackson is taking the necessary steps for reinstatement in September, and that it wouldn't be a surprise if the Buccaneers welcomed him back.

A fourth-round pick (106th overall) out of Syracuse in 2007, Jackson (6-0, 200) has started all 46 of his games of his NFL career, totaling 204 tackles and a quarterback sack, with 8 interceptions and 24 total passes defensed.

The Buccaneers will retain his rights in 2011.

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