Rickey Jackson Going to the Hall of Fame

In a week of many firsts for the New Orleans Saints, Rickey Jackson became the first Saints player to be voted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

The standout linebacker played from 1981-1993 as a member of the legendary “Dome Patrol” defense of the 1980’s with Pat Swilling, Vaughn Johnson and Sam Mills. The six time Pro Bowler finished his career with 128 sacks, which was the third highest career total at the time, and 8 Interceptions.


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