Another key element for Bills success will be to perfect his chemistry with QB Trent Edwards. Edwards needs to trust that Jackson will be able to adapt to different plays, as well as take on a greater amount of route responsibility. The more comfortable Edwards can get with Jackson, the more likely Jackson will see increased touches.
“He (Edwards) was the guy I was out here working with just trying to get some of the timing down,” said Jackson. “I want to make sure he’s on the same page I am when I’m running the routes. We’re putting in the work and hopefully we get things perfected.”
Jackson doesn’t hold back when it comes to practicing and perfecting. His experience and desire to improve have given him a solid formula for success in previous seasons, and in the spring. Jackson plans to continue to sharpen his game at training camp.
“We’re getting the work in now so if it comes to that in the season at some point and I’m out there, I’ll have a feel for it and I know what we’re doing,” Jackson said. “I’m doing all this work now to perfect my trade.”