NASHVILLE, Tenn. – He’s part of a tight-knit, hard-working group that should maximize his chances to reach his potential.

Yet it feels like something is still missing for Adoree’ Jackson, the 2017 first-round cornerback who’s had great success, like shutting down Josh Gordon, and some low moments, like getting torched by T.Y. Hilton. Those games were separated by a week last season, which was a major problem.JacksonIndy

Then in camp, Mike Vrabel spoke of Jackson’s focus as an issue. He recovered against an in-breaking route in Philadelphia in preseason Week 1 but then tried to break up the pass with the wrong arm and wound up burned for a 75-yard touchdown by Marken Michel.

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