"I'm sad to say that part of the answer is the fact that our government let it happen," the former Florida senator said. "Our regulators were consistently outmatched. The Department of Interior lacked the in-house expertise to effectively enforce regulation."
But right now, Jackson looks to be outmatched. While it only takes one team to change the parameters, one of the remaining possible suitors (and even then a very, very unlikely one) is on a plane bound for California to woo Aaron Rodgers. One (Carolina) was front and center watching quarterbacks at the combine. One (Miami) cannot trade for him until after the draft. And one is the Commanders, who would be a little like bringing your aunt to the prom to make someone else jealous (no offense to your aunt). 041b061a72