Fred Jackson says he feels "100 percent" recovered from the two knee injuries that ruined his 2012 season.
Fred Jackson said he was never 100 percent after spraining the LCL in his right knee on his sixth carry of the season in Week 1.
Fred Jackson said he wants to remain with the Bills even if he's asked to be C.J. Spiller's backup next season.
Bills placed Fred Jackson (knee) on injured reserve, ending his season.
Bills coach Chan Gailey confirmed at Monday's presser that Fred Jackson (knee) is done for the season, and will likely be placed on injured reserve.
Although Fred Jackson will not need surgery to repair his MCL sprain, he acknowledged Monday that the Bills may place him on injured reserve anyway, with only three games left in the season.
Coach Chan Gailey said Monday that Fred Jackson (MCL) will be out at least 2-3 weeks.
Following Sunday's loss to the Rams, coach Chan Gailey said Fred Jackson's injury "did not look good."
Fred Jackson was forced from Buffalo's Week 14 game against the Rams with a right leg injury.
Fred Jackson rushed 25 times for a season-high 109 yards and added two receptions for 10 yards to lead the Bills to a 34-18 victory over the Jaguars in Week 13.
Coach Chan Gailey told reporters Monday that he'll aim for a 60:40 timeshare in the Bills' backfield moving forward.
Fred Jackson played on 32 snaps in Sunday's loss to the Colts while C.J. Spiller was in for 29.
Fred Jackson rushed just six times for 16 yards in Sunday's Week 12 loss to the Colts.
Fred Jackson (concussion) is active for Sunday's game against the Colts.