• Gordon: Jackson still feels some St. Louis love

    Summary of 4 articles · Updated Sep 12, 2013
    Louis,” Jackson said Wednesday in a conference call. “One is being with my family. “They’ve done a good job of just checking on me periodically, making sure that things are going smooth for me, and they wish me best of luck on the season,” Jackson said Wednesday during his conference call with the St. Louis media. Outside of Rams Park, Jackson ranks among the least appreciated athletes in St. Louis sports history. His job was often thankless. “We have mutually agreed that we are going to play each other hard, but after that we’re going to root each other throughout the season.” Jackson said. "When you allow emotions to take over, your wind becomes shorter, you are not even thinking, you're not on your A-game, so I have to remind myself to stay in control, have the intensity that I normally play with and dial in and treat this game as [any other] I have done over the years."
    Source: stltoday.com
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