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Buffalo Bills Announce Official Injury Update On Cornerback Dane Jackson

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Bills cornerback Dane Jackson had to leave tonight's Monday Night Football game between Buffalo and the Titans in an ambulance. 

Jackson was hit by his own teammate, Tremaine Edmunds, while he was making a tackle. Edmunds made contact with Jackson's head, causing his neck to bend backwards. He left the game in an ambulance shortly thereafter. 

Just moments ago, the Bills announced that Dane Jackson is being taken to ECMC. He will undergo a series of tests, including a CT scan and x-rays upon arrival. 

The good news, if any, is that Jackson has "full movement" of his extremities. A significant update for the young cornerback. 

"CB Dane Jackson has been taken to ECMC for evaluation of a neck injury. He will be getting a CT scan and an x-ray. Jackson has full movement in extremities," Buffalo Bills PR announced. 

We should learn more about Dane Jackson's injury after he undergoes various tests this Monday night. 

In the meantime, we send our well wishes to him and his family during this terrifying time.

The Bills, meanwhile, lead the Titans 17-7 in the second half. Catch the action on ESPN.