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NFL World Is Thinking Of Bills Cornerback Dane Jackson This Monday Night

Bills CB Dane Jackson leaves game in an ambulance.

The NFL world is praying for Buffalo Bills cornerback Dane Jackson tonight.

Jackson, 25, exited tonight's Monday Night Football game between the Bills and Tennessee Titans in an ambulance. 

The former seventh-round pick in the 2020 NFL Draft was a victim of friendly fire in the second quarter of tonight's game. Jackson was accidentally hit by teammate Tremaine Edmunds while he was making a tackle. 

Jackson's neck bent backwards and the ambulance came out shortly after. The NFL world is certainly thinking of the Bills defensive back during this time.

"The entire #Bills team is on the field for Dane Jackson, whose head and neck were bent back in an awkward, violent collision with a teammate," said Tom Pelissero.

"Hoping for the best for Dane Jackson. So sad seeing an injury like that," said Tyrell Crosby.

"Hard to think about football. We spent some time with Dane Jackson on Saturday after he returned to practice. He's a joy to be around. His smile lights up the room. Really hope he's OK," wrote Matt Parrino. 

"As terrible as I feel for Dane Jackson, I’m also sick for Tremaine Edmunds. Imagine accidentally putting your teammate in the hospital & having to focus on playing the rest of this game. #BillsMafia," said Jason Wolf. 

We send our well wishes to Dane Jackson. 

We will provide further update on his status when made available.