Former Buffalo Bills standout Mark Kelso joins Bob Koshinski for "The Fred Jackson Show" on WBBZ-TV
Sources have told WBBZ-TV's Bob Koshinski and AllSportsWNY.com that Buffalo Bills running back Fred Jackson suffered a concussion late in the game Sunday against the New England Patriots. As a result, he will not appear on his television program Monday night on WBBZ-TV.
Mark Kelso, a former Buffalo Bills (1986-1993) defensive ace, now the color analyst for the team's game radio broadcasts, will join co-host Koshinski Monday night for "The Fred Jackson Show" on WBBZ-TV, sponsored by Sahlem's Roofing and Siding.
The show will be re-broadcast Monday at 10:30 p.m. and Tuesday at 9 a.m.
Koshinski and Kelso will discuss Sunday's game, which the Bills lost 37-31 to the Patriots (despite two touchdowns by Jackson). They also will discuss concussions.
When Kelso played for the Bills, he wore a special "pro-cap" on his helmet to reduce the risk of concussions.
Koshinski was at Ralph Wilson Stadium Monday afternoon, and will have the latest on Jackson's condition, and whether he will play in the upcoming Thursday night game against the Miami Dolphins
WBBZ-TV is the broadcast home for Thursday's NFL Network game, with pre-game coverage starting at 6 p.m., followed by the game at 8 p.m., and a live postgame report afterward.