Buffalo Bills running back Fred Jackson will have further tests to determine the severity of a hand injury that will force the starter to miss at least the remainder of the preseason.

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Jackson's agent, Jerome Douglas, tells The Associated Press on Saturday that it's too early to determine whether his client will require surgery on what he referred to as ``a bone injury.'' Douglas adds that depending on what team doctors inform Jackson, it's likely the player will seek a second medical opinion.
Jackson was hurt during a 7-yard run on the Bills' second play from scrimmage in a 42-17 preseason loss at Washington on Friday night. It's unclear which hand he hurt.
The Bills are off until returning to training camp on Monday.

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Posted: 8/15/10 8:40AM ET