Despite injury report, Bills’ Dane Jackson says he will play vs. Ravens

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Buffalo Bills seem to be picking up steam in second grade.

That is, if Dane Jackson has his way.

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The Bills released their final injury report before meeting the Baltimore Ravens in Week 4 on Friday. It listed Jackson as questionable due to a neck injury he suffered in Week 2 against the Tennessee Titans.

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Jackson was hit awkwardly and everything looked bad. As it turned out, Jackson had no long-term injuries to his neck or head.

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He did survive a Week 3 loss to the Miami Dolphins, but Jackson returned to the training field this week on a limited basis.

Despite all this, Jackson told reporters on Friday that he plans to perform in Baltimore.

Buffalo Head Coach Sean McDermott loves to play games. Because of this, it’s not surprising that Billy doesn’t fully reveal Jackson’s status.

The time we are most likely to know Jackson’s final appointment will be 90 minutes before Sunday starts at 1pm. This is when teams are instructed to release their inactive players in every game.

If Jackson is not found there, he will play.

However, this time Bills could let someone slip between the cracks. During Friday’s practice, photos of Buffalo’s last practice of the week surfaced on social media.

In those with Jackson, he was no longer wears a red non-contact jersey. He had full practice, a positive step towards the game.

See the attached file for the full text of Jackson’s thoughts on his health. Spectral News clip below:


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The story originally appeared on Bills Wire.


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