Safety Dane Jackson of the Buffalo Bills had to be carted off the field during Monday night's game against the Tennessee Titans due to an injury
Jackson was hit by teammate Tremaine Edmunds in the second quarter of the Titans' game against the Bills on "Monday Night Football."
This caused his head and neck to be stretched backwards at a very bad angle. Jackson would remain on the Buffalo field for several minutes before being transported to the hospital
Jackson was seen to be moving his arms and legs after he was struck, which may be interpreted as a positive indication. As Jackson left the field,
ESPN's sideline reporters did not have any information about his condition. Tremaine Edmunds of the Titans threw a hit on Bills teammate Fred Jackson in the second quarter of their
"Monday Night Football" game. Head coach Sean McDermott reported after the game that Jackson had full use of his limbs, which was encouraging news.
The cornerback's head and neck were bent at an unnatural angle after the collision that knocked him out of the game. One would load him into an ambulance.
The Bills said shortly after Jackson's departure that he would be examined with procedures like a CT Scan and an X-ray to determine if he had suffered a neck injury in the collision.