Jun 07, 2015

Macon > Former NFL Player, Charged, Jailed for Spanking Child | Valdosta Today

MACON -- A former Denver Broncos football player was jailed briefly on Tuesday, charged with battery in an alleged spanking incident involving an 8-year-old girl at an east Macon after-school program. Roger Jackson, 56, who played five seasons for the Broncos in the middle 1980s, is the founder of the Motivating Youth Foundation. It was there, at the organization’s 905 Main St. office on April...

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