"He needs help, he really does," Jackson. "He needs people to extend themselves and probably have to do more than they wanted to do. But if (the Browns) care anything about the kid, they have to do it."
Jackson and Gordon were teammates for two years in Cleveland. The linebacker called Gordon quiet around the team facility but "one of those guys when he left the building that you worried about."
Now with the Colts, Jackson said he plans to reach out to Gordon but believes the young receiver needs aid from those close to him. According to Jackson, Gordon needs help understanding the repercussions of his choices and perhaps someone to convince him to seek treatment.