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Aaron Williams is campaigning for the return of Fred Jackson to the Buffalo Bills.

The Bills haven't shown any interest in bringing back their former running back to date.

Following the announcement of Karlos Williams' four-game suspension, the Buffalo Bills reached out to free agent running back Reggie Bush. The team offered Bush a one-year deal at the league minimum. As the Bills wait on a decision from Bush, safety Aaron Williams has another idea: Bring Fred Jackson back to the Bills.

Williams campaigned for Jackson's return on Twitter.


Jackson contributed on the field for the Bills from 2007-2014. During his time in Buffalo, Jackson rushed for 5,646 yards and 30 touchdowns while adding an additional 2,640 receiving yards and seven receiving touchdowns. He was released last year in late August by the Bills and spent the 2015 season with the Seattle Seahawks. In 16 games, Jackson rushed the ball 26 times for 100 yards. He also had 32 receptions for 257 yards and two touchdowns for the Seahawks.

Williams and Jackson are best friends so it's no surprise that the safety wants the running back to return to the team. Whether or not the Bills are interested is another matter.


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