NFL suspends Denver Broncos' S Kareem Jackson 

Denver Broncos safety Kareem Jackson was suspended four games without pay by the NFL on Monday for repeatedly violating player-protection regulations. 

Jackson was suspended again after hitting Minnesota Vikings quarterback Joshua Dobbs on Sunday night, his first game back from his first suspension for illegally hitting Packers tight end Luke Musgrave on Oct. 22. 

After returning from suspension last week, the 14th-year player admitted he couldn't guarantee he wouldn't land in the NFL's crosshairs again for his too aggressive play, and he proved it quickly. 

Jackson jarred the ball away on Dobbs' third-and-1 run with his helmet crown on the game's third snap. Nickel cornerback Ja'Quan McMillian caught the loose ball at the Vikings 30-yard line without a flag.  

Dobbs rushed to the medical tent but returned shortly after, capturing every shot. 

“It seemed like a pretty direct helmet-to-helmet type hit,” Vikings coach Kevin O'Connnell said after their 21-20 loss. The rule is the rule. No flag was thrown. Out there, it happened fast. We must examine it.” 

The NFL penalized Jackson $89,670 for four illegal hits and suspended him two games, costing him $279,000. 

Jackson will lose $558,000 in wages from his current suspension. 

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