Colts coach Chuck Pagano said Monday that he expects quarterback Andrew Luck and safety Clayton Geathers to play next Monday night against the New York Jets, barring any setbacks while completing the NFL's concussion protocol.

Luck and Geathers missed the team's Thanksgiving game against the Pittsburgh Steelers after suffering concussions against the Tennessee Titans on Nov. 20.

"Wednesday will be a normal practice for both of them," Pagano said. "[Monday] was the non-contact day. They have to go one more day of contact and then see an independent [neurologist] after that."

Luck suffered his concussion -- the first of his career -- when Titans defensive tackle Austin Johnson landed on top of him after recording a sack with 11:46 remaining in the game. Geathers suffered his concussion -- also the first of his career -- while tackling Titans running back DeMarco Murray on a fourth down run on Tennessee's final offensive play of the game.