Ivory (hamstring) was limited at Wednesday's practice. After being held out of action in Week 13, Ivory is hopeful to get back on the field Sunday against Minnesota, but his status won't be clarified until later in the week. In his absence, T.J. Yeldon (14 carries) and Denard Robinson (17 carries) split the rushing workload, but with Robinson now battling a high ankle sprain, the bulk of the carries would likely go to Yeldon in the event Ivory is again held out.
Ivory (hamstring) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Broncos, Ryan O'Halloran of the Florida Times-Union reports. Ivory got off to a fast start in Week 12 before injuring his hamstring, a setback that cost him the remainder of that contest and will keep him off the field this week as well. T.J. Yeldon (ankle) would seem like the favorite to see more work in Ivory's absence, but Denard Robinson saw the most snaps in the backfield following Ivory's exit last week, and that could be the case again with Yeldon still banged up.
Ivory (hamstring) was not spotted at Friday's practice, Ryan O'Halloran of the Florida Times-Union reports. The Jaguars will reveal Ivory's official Week 13 status following Friday's practice, but he was not able to get on the field at all this week, so his chances of suiting up are not promising.
Ivory (hamstring) did not practice Thursday. Ivory did not participate for the second straight day, and his status in advance of Sunday's game against the Broncos appears to be firmly up in the air. The good news for Jacksonville is that T.J. Yeldon (ankle) was able to take part in portions of practice, though he's yet to work at full speed this week. As such, Denard Robinson, who logged 13 carries for 39 yards against Buffalo in Week 12, is currently the Jaguars' healthiest option in the backfield.
Ivory (hamstring) did not practice Wednesday, the Florida Times-Union reports. Fellow RB T.J. Yeldon also missed the practice, though he did at least grind it out this past Sunday against the Bills on a balky ankle, logging six carries for 17 yards. For his part, Ivory had rushed nine times for 44 yards and a TD in the contest before exiting with a hamstring injury. With both backs banged up at this stage, Denard Robinson is currently the team's healthiest backfield option. He carried 13 times for 39 yards when pressed into action in Week 12.
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