Green Bay - Packers rookie cornerback Josh Jackson was asked if he lined up on the left side of the defensive backfield during his first rookie training camp. He said yes. He also said he lined up on the right and in the middle. Jackson said it doesn't matter where he plays, but the NFL is about being quicker, thinking faster, and having faster reaction times than college.
At the end of the day, Jackson said it doesn't matter where he plays.
"It's a great organization. Hard work. A lot of Super Bowls. The tradition here is winning," Jackson said. "That's what I wanna come in and just help my team do. Just put my best foot forward and try to excel and just help my team win."
Jackson had eight interceptions for the Hawkeyes last season, including two touchdown returns. The Packers took him with their second round pick in the draft.