Dane Jackson, a defensive back for Buffalo, left the Bills-Titans game on Monday night in an ambulance.
Dane Jackson sustained a hit from teammate Tremaine Edmunds during the second quarter of the Titans vs. Bills game on “Monday Night Football,” which horrifyingly bent his head and neck backward.
Before being loaded into an ambulance on the Buffalo field, Jackson would lie on the ground for a while.
Following the collision, Jackson was observed moving his arms and legs, which could be a positive sign. As Jackson left the game, ESPN sideline reporters were unable to provide a quick update.
Here is the most recent information on Jackson’s harm:
Update on Dane Jackson’s injury
Dane Jackson was struck by teammate Tremaine Edmunds during the second quarter of the Bills vs. Titans “Monday Night Football” game. Sean McDermott, the head coach, saw that Jackson had complete movement in his extremities after the game, which was encouraging.
Jackson was loaded into an ambulance after being placed on a gurney and backboard. Jackson was surrounded by the Buffalo squad while he was being transported in the ambulance.
Jackson, who was selected by the Bills in the seventh round of the 2020 NFL Draft, is in his third season with the team and started his second game this season. Before leaving, he was tackled three times.
The cornerback’s head and neck were awkwardly twisted back due to the impact that forced him out of the game. The ambulance would be loaded with him.
The Bills said shortly after Jackson left that he would be sent to a nearby hospital for procedures like a CT scan and an X-ray in order to determine whether or not Jackson had a neck injury.
The Bills selected Jackson in the seventh round of the 2020 NFL Draft, and in Buffalo’s 17 games in 2021, Jackson appeared.