Buffalo Bills: Fred Jackson continues to recover; former Bill Steve Tasker joins Bob Koshinski for 'The Fred Jackson Show' on WBBZ-TVby jmaloni
Buffalo Bills running back Fred Jackson continues to recover from a concussion he sustained in the game against New England. As a result, he did not appear on his television program Monday night on WBBZ-TV.
Former Buffalo Bills player Steve Tasker joined co-host Bob Koshinski Monday night for "The Fred Jackson Show" on WBBZ-TV. Tasker was the special teams captain for the team from 1986-1997, played in all three Super Bowl games the Bills competed in, as well as several Pro Bowls. Currently, he is a broadcast analyst covering NFL games on the CBS Television Network.
"The Fred Jackson Show" will be re-broadcast Monday night at 10:30 p.m. and Tuesday at 9 a.m.
Koshinski and Tasker discussed the Bills 19-14 win against Miami, and had an update on Jackson's condition.
Koshinski and Tasker also welcomed Bills running back, wide receiver, quarterback and return specialist Brad Smith, who has been with the Buffalo Bills since September of 2011. The Bills website notes Smith is the only player in NFL history to score a touchdown on a kickoff return (three times); a reception (three times); rushing (three times); on a blocked punt; and via pass play.
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