Posluszny (ankle) is active Sunday against the Texans. No surprise here, but this is excellent news for the Jaguars rushing defense as they try to slow down Arian Foster.
Jaguars linebacker Paul Posluszny (ankle) is probable for Sunday against the Texans. Posluszny went down with a high-ankle sprain in Week 4 and sat out last week. He practiced Thursday, but he was limited. His return would be a huge boost to the Jacksonville defense. The middle linebacker was leading the league in tackles before he went down with the injury.
Jaguars linebacker Posluszny (ankle) was limited at practice Thursday, Hays Carlyon of the Florida Times-Union reports. Despite being listed as limited, Posluszny was able to participate in nearly every drill according to Carlyon. While he did miss Wednesday's practice, it's clear the veteran middle linebacker believes he will be ready for Sunday saying, "There's no doubt in my mind [I'll play] unless we had a big-time setback."
Jaguars linebacker Paul Posluszny (ankle) did not participate in Wednesday's practice. Posluszny missed last week's loss to the Buccaneers, and he's still battling the ankle injury, which he sustained during a Week 4 defeat at the hands of Indianapolis. He's considered questionable to play Sunday versus Houston, and more light should be shed on the situation over the next two days.
Posluszny (ankle) is inactive Sunday against the Bucs. With Posluszny missing, the Jaguars will be without one of their best tacklers. This is likely a boost to Doug Martin and the Bucs rushing attack.