Buffalo Bills running back Fred Jackson talked about the injury he sustained Sunday near the end of the game against St. Louis on "The Fred Jackson Show" with co-host Bob Koshinski on Monday. He is expected to miss the final three games of the season.
Koshinski discussed Jackson's latest injury in a season that has seen the running back suffer a knee injury in the first game, and a concussion just a few weeks ago. Jackson told Koshinski, "It's a grade two sprain to the MCL. The timetable (for recovery) is anywhere from two to six weeks. Coach Gailey discussed IR (injured reserve), something they will probably do, but I'll still be around supporting my teammates."
The Bills lost Sunday to the St. Louis Rams 15-12. Koshinski has more coverage of the game on his website, www.allsportswny.com.
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Also on Monday, Jackson welcomed fellow running back Tashard Choice to the show. Choice and Jackson previewed the Bills upcoming game in Toronto, and answered audience questions from the Canisius High School soccer team and Kenmore West cheerleaders. The discussed everything from preparing for the game, to music played in the locker room.
As a former Dallas Cowboy, Choice also commented on the tragic car accident that claimed the life of Cowboy Jerry Brown. Brown's teammate, Josh Brent, was arrested and charged in that incident.
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