Ex-Wrestler Steve Austin Offers DeSean Jackson New Safe

‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin has a solution to make sure DeSean Jackson isn’t robbed again.

Former WWE Champion “Stone Cold” Steve Austin has kept a relatively high profile since retiring from professional wrestling action in 2003. He has a podcast, a stronger-than-you’d-expect film career and a boatload of endorsements and products.

He also manages to stay in the news in other ways, like by offering Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson a free safe:


Jackson had one safe taken and two cracked open from his Southwest Philadelphia home over the weekend, with thieves taking $250,000 in cash and goods (according to Jackson). He's offering a $50,000 reward for information on the thieves.

According to the company's website, Fort Knox has "perfected premium safes and vaults." Anybody who tries to break in presumably gets a Stone Cold Stunner.

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