The National Football League’s Buffalo Bills have cornerback Dane Tyrez Jackson on their team. Since Cornell High School didn’t have a football team, Jackson transferred to Quaker Valley High School. In June 2014, he committed to matriculating at the University of Pittsburgh.
He was a member of the school’s intercollegiate football team, the Pittsburgh Panthers, while playing college football there. He participated in the 2020 Senior Bowl and was selected for the Atlantic Coast Conference’s second team during his senior year.
The Buffalo Bills selected Jackson in the seventh round of the 2020 NFL Draft. In May 2020, he and the Bills came to an agreement on a four-year, $3.376 million deal. In October 2020, after being released, he joined the practice squad. As of October 2020, he was a member of the active roster; however, after the game, he was taken off and returned to the practice squad. Each game, he joined the practice squad.
He received another improvement prior to the divisional playoff game against the Baltimore Ravens and the AFC Championship Game against the Kansas City Chiefs in January 2021. He and the Bills came to terms on a reserves/futures deal in January 2021.
Where is Dane Jackson from?
Dane Jackson is from Coraopolis in Pennsylvania in the United States of America. That is where he was born in November 1996.