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Bills RB Fred Jackson is an exception to the 30-year-old running back rule. Dolphins RB Daniel Thomas is not on the Week Ten injury report. Patriots QB Tom Brady blames his ten interceptions on “decision making.” The Newark Star-Ledger reviews the Jets’ Week Nine win over Buffalo. Ravens WR Lee Evans (ankle) returned to practice on…
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The Buffalo Bills travel to Arlington, Texas this Sunday to take on the Dallas Cowboys at Jerry Jones’ monument to excess, the $1.3 billion Cowboys Stadium. For Bills RB Fred Jackson, the trip to Dallas is a homecoming, as the game will be played in the Fort Worth native’s old backyard.
Quite literally I might add.
See, when Jerry Jones decided to build Cowboys Stadium back...
As the Buffalo Bills pull into the parking lot of the $1.12 billion Cowboys Stadium this weekend, Buffalo running back, Fred Jackson, will be coming home.
In 2005, when ground was broken on the stadium which would be the new home of the Dallas Cowboys, the City of Arlington, citing eminent domain laws, controversially seized personal property in the surrounding areas in...
Fred Jackson has been named to another Midseason All-Pro team.
Jackson has appeared on a couple already, but the latest is that of Yahoo Sports Jason Cole, who wrote the following about him.
RB Fred Jackson, Buffalo Bills – There is only one running back on this team. Sadly, that prevents LeSean McCoy(notes) from making it as Jackson barely edged him on the strength of slightly...
Fred Jackson will be closer than any other Bills player from Texas to his childhood roots. Check out our video feature on Fred’s trip back home to his old neighborhood, which is now literally the new Cowboys stadium.
In a strange way, Cowboy Stadium should feel like home to Bills running back Fred Jackson. That's because he and his family used to live in the southeast corner before Jerry Jones built is palace.
The Dallas Cowboys know they have to stop former Arlington Lamar star running back Fred Jackson if they want to stop the Buffalo Bills on Sunday. More at NFL.com and DallasCowboys.com.
IRVING -- Buffalo Bills running back Fred Jackson will certainly be playing in a homecoming game Sunday at Cowboys Stadium. After all, Jackson grew up in a house that eventually was demolished during the construction of Cowboys Stadium.
The AFC's leading rusher was born in Fort Worth and attended Arlington Lamar High School.
"I've yet to play there. I'm excited...
Bills QB Ryan Fitzpatrick pledged at the beginning of the season not to cut his beard until the season was over. At the midway point some of his teammates are worried that it’s taking over his head.
Appearing on NFL Network this week Fred Jackson was asked (tongue in cheek) if Fitz’s beard is taking over. This was his response.
“[Laughing] It is [taking over],” Jackson said...
Sunday's Cowboys-Bills game is so full of storylines they may not all fit inside Cowboys Stadium.
The game is full of intrigue. It's a homecoming. It's the return of a fired coach. It's an AFC-NFC battle between two teams contending for the playoffs. It's even a love story.
Yes, a love story.
There's also some history between the teams as the Bills and...
The feel-good vibe that was created by Sunday’s 31-3 rout of Kansas City was still prevalent when the Dolphins returned to practice Wednesday, with everyone but backup cornerback Nolan Carroll participating fully in the two-hour workout. Miami’s improving health is where we start our Thursday morning talking points. 1. The hamstring issues that have plagued [...]
What’s up with the Cowboys run defense?
In a word, it’s been pitiful the last two games, yielding a whopping 401 yards. That’s a major surprise, considering Dallas gave up just 418 total over the first six games for a league-best per-game average of 69.6 yards.
Given all that, the Bills’ Fred Jackson must be licking his chops. Two weeks ago, Philadelphia’s LeSean McCoy...
Most Bills fans will take 5-3 at the midway point of the season, right? If you asked me in August, I'd have taken that record in an instant, but after the 3-0 start, I'm not so sure. Maybe the beginning of the year got my hopes too high. Who knows.
In true Bills form, they've treated us to some extremely high highs and most recently, some low lows. It's...
Bills RB Fred Jackson and C Eric Wood have both been selected for the Pro Football Weekly Midseason All-Pro team. Here is the team they’ve chosen.
Those players with asterisks were unanimous selections for the Midseason All-Pro team.
QB Aaron Rodgers/Packers*
RB Adrian Peterson/Vikings
RB Fred Jackson/Bills
FB Vonta Leach/Ravens*
WR Steve Smith/Panthers
WR Calvin Johnson...