Fred Jackson won't need surgery on his LCL
According to Jay Skurski of The Buffalo News, Bills running back Fred Jackson won’t need to undergo surgery on his injured LCL that after he underwent a range-of-motion examination on his injured knee and it was determined that everything looks fine.
“Fred Jackson said after his television show on WBBZ-TV Monday that a range-of-motion examination showed his lateral collateral ligament will not require surgery — a remote concern before the checkup. His recovery should happen in the earlier part of the three- to eight-week diagnosis spectrum he was initially given. He plans to do some light running soon,” wrote Skurski.
With Jackson ahead of schedule with his rehab, he could be back pretty soon. For not C.J. Spiller will continue to carve up opposing defenses.