Fred Jackson was making his way down radio row at the Super Bowl in Glendale, Arizona and was naturally asked about his teammate EJ Manuel and his future on Buffalo’s roster.
Jackson was asked on the Michael Kay show on ESPN radio if he believes EJ Manuel can be a legitimate starting quarterback in the NFL.
“I do think that he can be a starting quarterback,” said Jackson. “He did things where he was trying to take that next step. At practice he talked to Kyle and learned from Kyle. I saw him talking to (Jim) Schwartz after practice asking him what defenses are keying in on and trying to do. He was talking to different guys that played different positions, picking their brains. I think he has to figure out what defenses are trying to make him do and figure out ways to get out of that. He’s a smart guy who can pick up offenses, but once he figures that out it’ll allow him to go to the next level.”
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