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Significant Update On Bills Cornerback Dane Jackson, Who Left Monday Night Game In Ambulance

Bills CB Dane Jackson leaves game in an ambulance.

The Buffalo Bills stormed to victory over the Titans of Tennessee last Monday night. Unfortunately, that wasn't the biggest storyline of the game. One of the Bills players had to be taken away from the game in an ambulance. 

Bills cornerback Dane Jackson took a big hit from teammate Tremaine Edmunds during Monday night's game. Jackson's head bent backwards as a result of the hit. A few minutes later, Jackson was taken away in an ambulance. 

The NFL world has been praying for Jackson ever since. Fortunately, we finally have some clarity on the situation, and it's nothing short of miraculous. 

Jackson walked by himself out of the hospital last night and is now resting at home. It's still unclear if he has an injury or not, but the fact he was able to walk after taking such a scary hit is significant. 

"From @gmfb: Great news on #Bills CB Dane Jackson. He’s home after walking out of the hospital last night following that scary scene on the field in the game against the #Titans," said Mike Garafolo.

This is nothing short of a miracle. Hopefully Dane Jackson can get back out on the gridiron soon. 

The Bills, meanwhile, moved to 2-0 with a big win over the Titans Monday night. 

Buffalo will battle the AFC East rival Miami Dolphins this Sunday.