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Dane Jackson has full moment in extremities after suffering sickening head injury


Dane Jackson has ‘full movement in his limbs’ after suffering a sickening neck injury in the Titans game – with a Buffalo Bills player having scans in hospital after leaving the field in an ambulance

  • Buffalo Bills cornerback Dane Jackson suffered a horrific crash Monday night
  • His head and neck leaned back in a sickening encounter with his teammate
  • Jackson was accidentally equalized by teammate Tremaine Edmunds in the first half
  • Jackson left the field in an ambulance and was due for tests at the nearby hospital
  • Bills reported he had ‘full movement in extremities’ shortly after disturbing scenes
  • Jackson’s teammates surrounded him with the entire stadium rocked by the incident

Buffalo Bills cornerback Dane Jackson’s head and neck bent back in a frightening collision with a teammate, but the team quickly reported he had full motion in his extremities.

Following the disturbing collision, an ambulance quickly arrived on the ground before he was taken to Ernie County Medical Center in Buffalo.

The Bills confirmed Jackson had full movement in his limbs and was undergoing a CT scan and X-ray at Erie County Medical Center.

Jackson was injured in a second game with 0:45 left in the first half against the Tennessee Titans after tackling receiver Treylon Burks from behind.

Coach Sean McDermott gave an update on Jackson after Monday night’s game, he said: “Dane Jackson has full movement in his extremities which is good but we are still awaiting more updates.”

“I got to see him in the ambulance at half time and we all send him our prayers.”

Buffalo Bills cornerback Dane Jackson’s head and neck bent back in a frightening collision on Monday

But Jackson has 'full movement in his extremities' after suffering a sickening neck injury

But Jackson has ‘full movement in his extremities’ after suffering a sickening neck injury

His teammates watched in great concern as Jackson was put into an ambulance on the pitch

His teammates watched in great concern as Jackson was put into an ambulance on the pitch

As Jackson lay on Burks’ back, linebacker Tremaine Edmunds dove in late and hit his teammate directly in the helmet as Jackson’s neck and head were sickeningly bent back.

The Bills player’s head was pushed by Titans running back Hassan Haskins as he tried to get Jackson out of his teammate’s way.

Footage emerged of Haskins knocking Jackson down as he lay on the court.

Dane Jackson has full moment in extremities after suffering sickening head injury

Dane Jackson has full moment in extremities after suffering sickening head injury

Dane Jackson has full moment in extremities after suffering sickening head injury

Footage also emerged of Titans' Hassan Haskins knocking Jackson down as he lay down

Footage also emerged of Titans’ Hassan Haskins knocking Jackson down as he lay down

One Twitter user said: ‘Um wtf is Hassan Haskins doing?? He rolls Dane Jackson when Jackson is injured on the ground. Inexcusable.’

Another added: “Never seen an injured player get dropped by the other team.” Dirty,” with a comment: “A**hole play from Hassan Haskins, shoving Jackson while injured. Intention or not, it’s stupid.

Another wrote on social media: “No apologies for that. Micah Hyde noticed it and called Hassan Haskins for it.

Coaches rushed to Jackson’s aid before he was put on a stretcher and into the ambulance.

Jackson left the stadium in an ambulance after his Buffalo Bills teammates surrounded him

Jackson left the stadium in an ambulance after his Buffalo Bills teammates surrounded him

The 25-year-old was loaded into the ambulance with deeply concerned players and fans

The 25-year-old was loaded into the ambulance with deeply concerned players and fans

His teammates surrounded the 25-year-old until he was taken off the pitch as the game was delayed by around 10 minutes.

Bills fans were seen shaken in the stands as social media users prayed for good news following the horrific incident.

As the Pennsylvania native left the field, Buffalo trailed their AFC South opponents 17-7. His team won 41-7.

Jackson, in his third year as an NFL player, started in place of the injured Tre’Davious White, who is currently nursing a left knee injury.

Jackson was the 239th pick in the 2020 NFL Draft and played college football for the ACC school, Pittsburgh.

The collision was frightening for all who watched, but Buffalo has since reported he had 'full movement in his extremities' shortly after and is now undergoing a CT scan and X-rays at a local hospital.

The collision was frightening for all who watched, but Buffalo has since reported he had ‘full movement in his extremities’ shortly after and is now undergoing a CT scan and X-rays at a local hospital.

Jackson had made a promising start to the season, knocking out Matthew Stafford in Game 1

Jackson had made a promising start to the season, knocking out Matthew Stafford in Game 1

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