DENVER — Denver Broncos' safety, Kareem Jackson, was ejected in the first half of Sunday's game against the Washington Commanders.
Jackson delivered a hit on Washington wide receiver, Logan Thomas, in the second quarter.
Thomas was in the process of making a catch for a touchdown as Jackson was delivering the hit. Jackson drew a flag for unnecessary roughness and was ejected with 1:52 left in the first half.
Thomas made the catch and the Commanders scored on their 2-point attempt, pulling Washington to within 10 points. Thomas left Sunday's game with a concussion.
Jackson was fined $14,819 last week for a similar hit in the Broncos' game against Las Vegas.
Commanders at Broncos Sept. 17, 2023
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