Last season, Malik Jackson had his fewest sacks since 2014 when he only started three games. In 2015, Jackson became a full-time starter and won Super Bowl 50 with the Denver Broncos. He signed with the Jacksonville Jaguars and proceeded to start every game while tallying 14.5 sacks, 73 combined tackles and 21 tackles for loss the next two seasons.
Jackson only started 10 out of 16 games last year. His numbers dipped to the aforementioned sack number, 32 tackles and seven tackles for loss.
Still relatively young at 29 years, Jackson will need to get back to his usual productivity in order to take pressure of Fletcher Cox.