Buffalo Bills running back Fred Jackson says he plans on seeing a doctor next week after suffering a season ending knee injury this season and he believes he’s now 100 percent healthy.
“I’ve been doing rehab the entire time,” Jackson said on the John Murphy Show, per BuffaloBills.com. “I’ve been able to get up and do some movement on it. I have a meeting with the doctor next week. I’m sure I’ll be cleared and be able to do everything.”
“I’m doing some lifting now. I’m 100-percent, I feel like it. I don’t anticipate any kind of drawbacks or anything before I get cleared by the doctors next week.”
Even if Jackson goes into next season completely healthy, there’s no way he’ll be starting ahead of C.J. Spiller.