The Facts: After spending Tuesday on the sidelines watching practice, Jackson told reporters he remembers most of the play on which he was injured Sunday -- save for the part when linebacker Brady Poppinga knocked him onto his back -- and feels recovered.
Diehards Line:The latest post-concussion test he took Tuesday morning backs him up. "I'm back, according to the test," Jackson said. "But it's totally up to the coaches whether. ... I'm going to get playing time." At this point, nobody expects Jackson to play against the Titans this week. Third-year pro Noah Herron is expected to start if Jackson doesn't.