Pittsburgh Steelers rookie linebacker Jarvis Jones was forced to sit out the Sunday game against the Baltimore Ravens because of a concussion, but according to Missi Matthews of steelers.com, the Georgia product says he will be a full practice participant on Wednesday.
Jarvis says he will be a full participant at practice today.
— Missi Matthews (@missi_matthews) October 23, 2013
Jones worked on a very limited basis last week and even though he reportedly passed an imPACT test administered to him on Friday, the Steelers chose to play it safe after renowned concussion doctor Micky Collins suggested he be sidelined after examining Jones again on Saturday.
Jason Worilds started in the place of Jones and produced two hurries to go along with two total tackles against the Ravens. With Jones now expected to be back for the Sunday game against the Oakland Raiders, both he and Worilds will likely share playing time once again at the position.