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Bills Plan On Extending Fred Jackson’s Contract?

According to Michael David Smith of NBC Sports and the team’s Facebook page, the Bills are looking to extend about-to-turn-31 Fred Jackson.

Jackson played in 10 games last season before an injury ended his season. Jackson had 934 yards and 5.5 yards per attempt in 2011. He has averaged 4.6 yards per a rush in his career, and also has 175 catches (fumbling 14 times). He took over the starting running back job when Marshawn Lynch was traded (who took over when Willis McGehee was let go). It is also important to note that the Bills have another seemingly quality running back in C.J. Spiller