Bills fans donate to Lamar Jackson's favorite charity after concussion

The Bills defeated the Ravens, 17-3, on Saturday night in the AFC Divisional Round

The Buffalo Bills are one win away from returning to the Super Bowl since the 1993 season, and they may have some more good karma coming their way.

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson was knocked out of the game with a concussion in the third quarter of Buffalo’s 17-3 Divisional Round win on Saturday night, prompting Bills fans to show off their generous side.

A fan on the Buffalo Bills sub-reddit began a thread with the information to donate to Jackson’s favorite charity – Blessings in a Backpack, which helps feed needy elementary school children in the Louisville area.

Jackson, who played at the University of Louisville, donated a $25,000 profit to the charity from signing autographs in 2018.

It is unclear exactly how much money Bills fans have raised for the charity since the end of Saturday’s game, but the organization says every $4 donation can be turned into one bag of food for a child.

This is not the first time Bills fans have made such a gesture to an opposing player, either.

In 2017, after the Cincinnati Bengals defeated to Ravens to clinch a playoff berth for the Bills, fans donated to Cincinnati’s then-quarterback Andy Dalton’s charity – raising over $250,000, according to ABC 27.

If Bills fans can raise anywhere near that for Jackson’s charity, it would be quite the impressive feat.

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