Browsing Fred Jackson

NFL Rumors – Seattle Seahawks Over New England Patriots Was the Logical Choice for Fred Jackson

Posted on 9 Sep, 2015, by in NFL

After getting cut by the Buffalo Bills, Fred Jackson was courted by the two Super Bowl teams from last season, the New England Patriots and the Seattle Seahawks. Job security and the urgency to sign him helped make up his mind. More

NFL Rumors – Seattle Seahawks & Baltimore Ravens Interested in Signing Fred Jackson

Posted on 2 Sep, 2015, by in NFL

Turns out Fred Jackson isn’t going to be without a job for long. Cut by the Buffalo Bills, he has already met with the Seattle Seahawks, while the Baltimore Ravens are hoping he gives them a chance as well. More

NFL Rumors – Buffalo Bills Releasing Fred Jackson Shouldn’t Be a Personal Decision

Posted on 1 Sep, 2015, by in NFL

The NFL is a business, and whether or not Fred Jackson was worth the money the Buffalo Bills were about to pay him in the 2015 NFL season was the only thing that should have been playing a factor in the team’s decision to release him. More

NFL Rumors – Buffalo Bills Surprising to Find Out EJ Manuel Might be Their Best Quarterback

Posted on 30 Aug, 2015, by in NFL

The third game of the preseason is often signaled out as the most important. So the Buffalo Bills getting a fine performance from EJ Manuel, which might land him the starting job. More

NFL Rumors – Buffalo Bills Have Too Many Running Backs; Releasing Fred Jackson?

Posted on 13 May, 2015, by in NFL

With LeSean McCoy, Fred Jackson, Boobie Dixon, Bryce Brown and rookie Karlos Williams on their roster, it’s quite clear the Buffalo Bills have too many running backs. One of them is going to get cut, and it’s probably going to be Jackson. More

Bills Over Bears – Some Problems Never Change

Posted on 8 Sep, 2014, by in NFL

A defense that can’t stop the run and one Jay Cutler who can’t hold himself back from throwing interceptions; a known problem for the Chicago Bears, losing 23-20 at home in overtime to the Buffalo Bills, doing exactly what the books says to against teams without the ability to stop the ground game. More