Outside linebacker Jarvis Jones bruised his chest on Saturday night, and on Monday the player said that he didn’t get much more than a scare when he was tackled at the end of an interception return, but price per head sportsbooks are still somewhat concerned over the player’s fitness.
“I’m fine,” Jones said. “I’m kind of sore so they’re going to let me take it day by day.”
And price per head sportsbooks that follow the player and the Steelers hope that his words prove to be true.
Jones did not rule out practicing with his team on Monday and playing on Thursday at Carolina in the Steelers’ final preseason game.
Price per head sportsbooks know that the Steelers will be very careful with Jones, who was Pittsburgh’s first-round pick in April, just as they did after he was injured in the fourth quarter of a 26-20 overtime loss to the Kansas City Chiefs. The Steelers had the player taken to a hospital following the game even though he left the field on his own after staying down.
The player was injured after landing on the ball, and then a couple of Kansas City players landed on top of him. Pay per head services saw that Jones’ interception did not count due to a penalty on Steelers cornerback Josh Victorian, but the play proved to be another example of how the outside linebacker always seems to be around the ball.
Price per head sportsbooks saw that in three preseason games, Jones forced a fumble and also recovered a fumble, and he was the Steelers player who pounced on a loose ball after Kansas City blocked a 52-yard field goal try by Shaun Suisham.
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“Just running to the ball and coming up with some luck,” Jones said.
The Steelers’ fans and price per head sportsbooks hope that Jones will indeed be in good condition to play, and can imagine the big scare that he must have received.