Buccaneers WR Vincent Jackson a familiar dilemma for Broncos
The hands of the best NFL wide receivers sculpt touchdowns out of thin air. The hands can grab a game, steal it away.
But to Champ Bailey, it's not always the hands of those receivers rising up, snatching footballs, that are the root of the problem.
"The big guys, you can't let them get their hands on you," Bailey said. "They want to play it physical, get their hands on you, get you away from them. Those guys are tough because they're big, strong and the ones that can run too are always the toughest. Always.
"Vincent Jackson is one of those guys. He's big, strong and fast, and if he gets his hands on you, it's trouble."
Jackson, a 6-foot-5, 230-pound Colorado Springs native, has been a familiar sight for the
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