J.C. Jackson, a cornerback in the 2021 Pro Bowl, agreed to a five-year, $82.5 million deal with the Los Angeles Chargers in March.

However, due to his recovery from ankle surgery, he missed his new team's season debut in Week 1.

Jackson is allegedly going to be a game-time decision for the Chargers' Week 2 AFC West "Thursday Night Football" matchup and is now listed as questionable.

Jackson played for the New England Patriots for the first four years of his career.

In 2020, Jackson recorded nine interceptions, a career best, and three fumble recoveries.

Prior to setting career highs in tackles (58) and passes defended (23), the Dallas Cowboys' Trevon Diggs had eight interceptions, which was second in the league.

If Kansas City and Los Angeles win their game on Thursday night, they will take an early lead in the AFC West rankings, barring a draw.

American football cornerback Jerald Christopher Jackson plays for the National Football League's Los Angeles Chargers.

He participated in Maryland's collegiate football programme before signing a free agent contract with the New England Patriots in 2018.

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