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Bills running back Fred Jackson will be sidelined for the remainder
of the day after sustaining a leg injury by way of Jets safety
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Buffalo Bills RB Fred Jackson left the game in the second quarter today after a hit to the knee. The RB was the leading fantasy RB last year until he sustained an injury. His return is questionable. Jackson took the hit as the Bills trailed the Jets 21-0 in the second quarter. He had a great year as a fantasy player last year in Jackson’s absence.
Second year running back C...
Buffalo Bills running back Fred Jackson is out of Sunday's game against the New York Jets with an injured right knee
Jackson, who went on injured reserve last November with a broken right leg, went down with 11:07 left in the first half Sunday when he ran for 7 yards and was hit hard by LaRon Landry. Jackson went down immediately and stayed down for a few moments while he was...
Bills halfback Fred Jackson has been diagnosed with a sprained LCL in his right knee.Fantasy Spin:We should have a better idea of how much time Jackson will miss after his MRI on Monday.
Bills running back Fred Jackson is out indefinitely after tests Monday revealed no definitive diagnosis on a possible lateral collateral ligament injury to his right knee. Jackson took a direct hit to the knee from Jets safety LaRon Landry. He'll likely have further tests next week and be listed as "out" for Sunday's home opener against the Kansas City Chiefs...
Bills halfback Fred Jackson injured his knee in the first half of Sunday's contest against the Jets and had to be removed from the game.Fantasy Spin:It didn't look good, though Jackson hasn't officially been ruled out for the second half. We should know more about his status soon.
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the MRI that was conducted on Bills running back Fred Jackson was inconclusive. They’ll now have to wait and see how his knee looks in another week or so.
“MRI compete on Fred Jackson’s right knee and it revealed nothing conclusive. It will probably be 7-10 days before a timeline is established for his return. Doctors want to see how it...
According to Pro Football Weekly, the Buffalo Bills have confirmed that running back Fred Jackson will be out for roughly the next month or so with a knee injury.
Chan Gailey tells reporters that #Bills RB Fred Jackson will miss 3+ weeks, confirms David Nelson done for the year.
— Pro Football Weekly (@ProFootballWkly) September 10, 2012
C.J. Spiller will now step in and start...
Well, that didn't take long. Chan Gailey told reporters today that running back Fred Jackson will miss at least the next three games with a right knee injury. Todays MRI revealed nothing specific, which is actually worse for fantasy owners because how do you treat an injury when you don't know what is wrong? It doesn't help that Jackson was already returning from an injury...
Bills running back Tashard Choice should move into the backup role for the next few weeks while Fred Jackson is sidelined with a knee injury.Fantasy Spin:Choice, at 210 pounds, is bigger than C.J. Spiller and could end up being the team's goal-line option which would significantly increase his fantasy value.
It might be very easy for Buffalo Bills fans to forget the 2012 season opener against the New York Jets.
Buffalo lost 48 to 28 in a tough match at MetLife Stadium.
While Buffalo may have made the game look respectable on paper, they turned in an overall poor performance. Starting quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick was picked off three times, and the defense had trouble stopping New...
On any given week, the NFL can leave us with some devastating injuries on the field. Week 1 of the 2012 NFL season was no exception.
First, to the biggest injury of the weekend. The Atlanta Falcons have lost cornerback Brent Grimes for the entire season with an Achilles injury. Grimes was designated as the Franchise Tag player for the Falcons this season, but he will now be forced...
CJ Spiller showed his explosiveness and composure in the wake of Fred Jackson’s knee injury. This could be perhaps the best news to come from the Buffalo Bills blowout loss. Spiller showed his athletic ability and elusiveness by avoiding tackles, making people miss, and showing off his speed when he came in during the second quarter of the game.