Bills Corner Dane Jackson Was Removed From The Field Via Ambulance After A Collision With A Teammate (UPDATE)

UPDATE: The Bills announced that Jackson will be taken to a medical facility for testing, but included a bit of good news: Jackson “has full movement” in his extremities.

EARLIER: Just prior to halftime during Monday night’s game between the Buffalo Bills and Tennessee Titans, a collision between a pair of teammates led to one member of Buffalo’s secondary getting put onto a stretcher and into an ambulance. Bills cornerback Dane Jackson was manning up Titans receiver Treylon Burks, who ran a curl route and was immediately taken down.

While Jackson was taking him down and both he and Burks were on the ground, Buffalo linebacker Tremaine Edmunds came flying in to try and get a little extra contact against the Tennessee pass catcher. Instead, Edmunds made contact with Jackson’s upper body and caused him to bend backwards at an awkward angle — we won’t embed the video in the post, but here is a link to the video, with the warning that it is not an easy watch.

Almost immediately, medical personnel came out to tend to Jackson while his teammates appeared to be visibly shaken up. Eventually, an ambulance was brought onto the field, and while he was surrounded by his teammates, Jackson was put on a stretcher and taken off the field.

Jackson, a former standout at Pitt, is in his third season with the Bills. We’ll keep you updated as more becomes known about the extent of his injury.