After leaving the game in an ambulance, Dane Jackson had complete movement in his extremities


Dane Jackson, a cornerback for the Buffalo Bills, injured his neck during Monday’s 41-7 victory over the Tennessee Titans. He was rendered immobile and taken to the hospital in an ambulance. Many fans were shaken by that incident. Jackson, who had a complete range of motion in his limbs, was transported to the ECMC Hospital in Buffalo, New York, for assessment. A CT scan and X-rays were planned for him. Sean McDermott, the head coach of the Bills, said he was still waiting for information and was praying for Dane after the game. After colliding with teammate Tremaine Edmunds on a tackle attempt late in the first half, Jackson’s neck twisted backward. Jackson was put into an ambulance after being placed on a gurney and backboard. Jackson was surrounded by the Buffalo squad while he was being transported in the ambulance. Jackson, who was selected by the Bills in the seventh round of the 2020 NFL Draft, is in his third season with the team and started his second game this season.