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Buffalo Bills Dane Jackson Taken To Hospital With Neck Injury

Dane Jackson, a cornerback with the Buffalo Bills, was hurt in a collision with a teammate on Monday night and was taken to the hospital for treatment.

Jackson had complete limb movement, but coach Sean McDermott provided no further information on the player's condition following a 41-7 victory over the Tennessee Titans.

McDermott said he had a brief chat with Jackson in the stadium tunnel before the ambulance took him to the hospital.

"When I'm out there watching him get into the ambulance, I stop being a coach and become just a person. McDermott said, "That's a real moment." 

"I'm only praying for him." It's a sad situation, but we're praying for him and hoping to hear some more (updates) soon."

During a postgame conversation between the two, Bills safety Jordan Poyer stated that Jackson informed him that he was OK through text message.

Jackson was injured against the Tennessee Titans late in the second quarter. Following a 12-yard catch, he tackled receiver Treylon Burks from behind.

Jackson was on Burks' back when linebacker Tremaine Edmunds dove in late and hit his teammate right in the head. After the crash, Jackson's neck snapped back.

Following the play, Titans running back Hassan Haskins yanked Jackson away from Burks. Jackson rolled onto his back and struck the ground with his right arm.

Nearly 10 minutes of the game were lost while team doctors helped Jackson, who was moving his legs. He was then put on a stretcher and driven off the field in an ambulance.

Jackson is a third-year player who started the season in place of Tre'Davious White, who is still getting better from an injury to his left knee from last year.