Raiders guard Jordan Devey likely out for season with torn pec


The Raiders earned a much-needed win Sunday, outlasting the Indianapolis Colts 31-24 at Lucas Oil Stadium.

The win moved the Raiders' record to 2-2, but the Silver and Black suffered a loss ahead of their Week 5 showdown with the Chicago Bears. Offensive guard Jordan Devey tore his pectoral muscle and is expected to miss the remainder of the season, coach Jon Gruden announced.

Devey had been starting in place of Gabe Jackson, who suffered a knee injury during joint practices with the Los Angeles Rams in training camp.

While Devey is out for the year, Gruden told reporters that Jackson would return for the Raiders' Week 7 matchup with the Green Bay Packers.

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Denzelle Good took over for Devey and likely will start against the Bears in London.

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