3:14 PM PT -- Jackson tweeted, "All glory to God!! appreciate the love, support, and prayers from everyone. Bills mafia the best in the world!"
7:43 AM PT -- The Bills just confirmed testing at the hospital revealed Jackson had "no major injury to his neck or spinal cord."
"He was released from the hospital and is undergoing further evaluation today," the team said.
6:24 AM PT -- Great news ... according to NFL Network's Mike Garafolo, Jackson has been released from the hospital and "all indications are he has avoided major injury."
Garafolo added Jackson actually walked out of the hospital under his own power.
Terrifying scene during the early NFL game on Monday night -- Bills cornerback Dane Jackson suffered a neck injury that was so concerning, an ambulance came straight onto the field to transport him to a local hospital.
Jackson was hurt while making a tackle late in the second quarter of Buffalo's blowout win over the Tennessee Titans.
"He will be getting a CT scan and an x-ray," the team said in a statement late Monday night. "Jackson has full movement in extremities."
No further update on his condition was given.
Jackson was picked by the Bills in the 7th round of the 2020 NFL Draft ... and has started 10 games for Buffalo in three seasons. He recorded three tackles and a pass breakup before exiting Monday's win.