Jackson 'annoyed' by Bills relucance to give him new deal
Fred Jackson leads the NFL in rushing after two games, rolling up 229 yards on the ground in victories over Kansas city and Oakland.
But one thing Jackson does not have is the contract extension that he would like to have that would pay him in accordance with his production.
"We've approached them, and it's not gone the way we would've liked it to," Jackson told The Associated Press prior to practice Wednesday. "I'm annoyed by it. I've been playing at a high level for three straight years now. I would like something to be done about it this year. I want something done that's fair for myself and the team."
Bills general manager Buddy Nix declined comment on the matter.
Terry McCormick covers the Titans for TitanInsider.com