“The most important thing for Josh is let’s make sure he’s in great shape, in a great place,” Jackson said, via Cleveland.com. “Let’s keep being where he’s been since he’s been here, which has been outstanding, and keep moving him forward.”
Jackson admitted that there’s a chance we could see Gordon during the preseason, but the focus is still Week 1.
“As I said, there’s a chance against Detroit at the end,” said Jackson. “It’d be great. If not, my real goal is can we get him up and running by the time we play Pittsburgh. I think that’s really important.”
“I told someone after the game, ‘I’m sort of happy to get sacked by Suggs, a legit sack,‘” Luck said, via ESPN.com. “I landed on my right elbow sort of reminiscent of how I injured my shoulder a couple of years ago [in 2015 season]. I didn’t feel anything. Didn’t give it a second thought. That’s a big deal for me, being able to lose that thought bubble.”
Luck admitted that his play overall was “sloppy” last night.
- Colts HC Frank Reich said that they anticipate safety Malik Hooker making his 2018 debut on Sunday against the 49ers. (Andrew Walker)
- Dolphins HC Adam Gase said that WR DeVante Parker (broken finger) is doing conditioning with trainers, but still can’t catch passes. As of now, Parker’s status for Week 1 is up in the air. (Cameron Wolfe)
- Ravens LT Ronnie Stanley suffered a knee strain during the first quarter of Monday’s game. (Jamison Hensley)
- Should Stanley miss time with this injury, Jamison Hensley says the Ravens’ first-team offensive line could look consist of LT James Hurst, LG Alex Lewis, C Matt Skura, RG Marshal Yanda and RT Orlando Brown.