Josh Gordon injury: Browns WR heads to locker room for concussion testing

Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

Gordon's monster day against the Jaguars could be cut short with a head injury.

Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon has been taken into the locker room to be evaluated for a possible head injury Sunday afternoon. He is questionable to return against the Jacksonville Jaguars.

UPDATE: Gordon is back on the field for the Browns.

Gordon took a hard hit to the head and lost his helmet during the play. His return will likely depend on whether or not he can pass the league-mandated concussion protocol.



The receiver was in the middle of a monster game before his exit, having piled up seven receptions for 149 yards and a touchdown. A week after setting the Browns' single-game receiving record with 237 yards against the Pittsburgh Steelers, Gordon was on pace to re-set the mark Sunday against the Jags.

Gordon has been the one reliable weapon on the Browns offense, which turned to ball over three consecutive times to end the half. Brandon Weeden was able to continue the drive after Gordon's injury, driving downfield for a touchdown to retake the lead, 21-20.

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