This week, EA Sports announced that not only will Jackson return to the game in the very first game in the history of Madden NFL 15, but Jackson will also be given the privilege of becoming an official Madden cover athlete. More than 35 years after his NFL career started Madden nfl 22 coins at the age of 1987 Jackson can be seen on a cover featuring a digital version of Madden NFL 22. From Friday, players will once again be capable of playing with him virtually. EA Sports also teamed up with Nike to revisit the sportswear company's famous Bo Knows ad campaign by adding a digitally rendered model of his most coveted shoe that is, that of the Nike Air Bo Turf and incorporating it into the game.
Jackson is the seventh running back to be named a Madden cover athlete. He follows Eddie George (Madden 2001), Marshall Faulk (Madden 2003), Shaun Alexander (Madden 2007), Peyton Hillis (Madden 12), Adrian Peterson and Barry Sanders (both Madden 25).
In advance of the cover's unveiling, the Undefeated's Aaron Dodson caught up with Jackson to talk about the Tecmo Bowl days, how cheap Mut 22 coins Bo Knows came to life in his Madden return and more.