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According to hotel staff, Jackson, who is a South Tampa resident, checked into the hotel on January 11 and had been staying in a room since that date. He …
Vincent Jackson spoke to cops two days before he was found dead at hotel after family reported Bucs star missing
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VINCENT Jackson spoke to cops just two days before he was found dead at a hotel after his family reported that the Buccaneers star was missing.
On February 10, police spoke with who called to report him . A formal report was filed on February 11.
5Vincent Jackson was just 38Credit: Getty Images – Getty
5Jackson was found dead at the hotel on MondayCredit: Google
The following day, February 12, located Jackson, 38, at the Homewood Suites in , and spoke with him.
But, after “assessing Jackson’s well-being, the missing persons case was canceled,” the force said.
Just days later, on Monday, the ex- star was on Palm River Road.
According to hotel staff, Jackson, who is a South Tampa resident, checked into the hotel on January 11 and had been staying in a room since that date.
5He had been reported missing prior to his deathCredit: Getty Images – Getty
The Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office said on Facebook that it is investigating the death of .
The post added that the sports star was tragically found dead at “about 11.30am on February 15 in his hotel room by a housekeeper.
“There are no apparent signs of trauma.
“The Hillsborough County Medical Examiner’s Office will determine the cause of death, as well as officially identify Jackson’s remains based on dental or DNA records.
5He had reportedly been staying in the hotel for a monthCredit: Getty Images – Getty
“HCSO has notified Jackson’s next of kin of his passing.”
In a statement, owner Bryan Glazer said: “We are shocked and saddened to hear the terrible news regarding the loss of Vincent Jackson.
“During his five seasons with our franchise, Vincent was a consummate professional, who took a great deal of pride in his performance on and off the football field.”
Glazer went on to describe Jackson as a “dedicated father, husband, businessman and philanthropist, who made a deep impact on our community…”
5He leaves behind his wife, Lindsey VanDewegheCredit: Rex Features
Jackson was a three-time Pro Bowl selection, as well as receiving four consecutive nominations as Walter Payton Man of the Year.
In 2019, the Buccaneers reported how former tight end Jackson and his Jackson in Action 83 Foundation helped repair Marine Corps veteran Ed Wickliffe and his wife Molly's home, after it suffered from significant storm damage.
Jackson showed up along with over a dozen volunteers from UnitedHealthcare to the Wickliffe home in Northdale, Florida.
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They worked on everything from landscaping to repainting for Wickliffe, who was drafted into the Marine Corps during the Vietnam War in the 1960s.
Jackson said at the time: “He's served our country very well and now he's one of our neighbors. We now get a chance to come out here and help him.”
He took up a special mission to aid military families in the Tampa Bay community after enjoying a five-year playing career with the Buccaneers.
Ex-Buccaneers star Vincent Jackson found dead in hotel room by housekeeper age 38
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