Bills, Jackson agree on extension

Running back led Buffalo in rushing for third straight season. Terry McCormick

Print This May 07, 2012, 02:34 PM EST

The Buffalo Bills had promised they would take care of running back Fred Jackson, and on Monday, the club announced it had agreed to a contract extension.

Jackson's extension is for two years, though exact terms of the contract were not immediately disclosed.

Jackson, a former undrafted rookie from Coe College, had 934 yards rushing to lead the Bills for third consecutive season in 2011, though his year was cut short due to a broken leg.

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