The Jaguars are expected to sign former Colts free safety and special teams ace Sergio Brown on Tuesday, Mike Garafolo of FOX Sports reports. Brown, 26, registered 33 tackles and one sack last season for the Colts.
Jaguars cornerback Davon House (foot) was seen practicing Friday, per Hays Carlyon of the Florida Times-Union.
The big free-agent addition from the Packers hasn't been all that effective so far - he's recorded just seven tackles and hasn't forced a turnover in 177 snaps this season - but his presence will be needed when Jacksonville takes on Indianapolis this Sunday.
Jaguars wide receiver Allen Hurns (ankle) is listed as probable for the Week 5 battle against the Buccaneers.
Hurns did not practice Wednesday, but he was able to practice on a limited basis Thursday, and appears good to go after getting in a full practice Friday. He was heavily involved in the Jaguars' offense last week, tallying 15 targets and the team's lone touchdown.
A hamstring issue will prevent Jaguars wide receiver Marqise Lee (hamstring) from playing against Tampa Bay on Sunday, per the Florida Times Union. He has been ruled out.
Lee who was injured in Week 3 and hasn't practiced since, will miss his second straight game and third overall this season. Allen Hurns and Allen Robinson will thus continue to head the wideout corps in Week 5.
Lewis did catch five passes on eight targets for 40 yards against the Colts last Sunday, but with the return of Julius Thomas not too far off, his window of Fantasy opportunity figures to be closing soon.
Robinson injured his MCL against in Week 2 and hasn't practiced since. With his Week 6 status cloudy as well. T.J. Yeldon heads the rushing attack. Robinson figures to reclaim a complementary role in the backfield once he returns to health.
Thomas was able to get on the practice field Friday for the third day in a row, but he was limited all week, leaving his availability for Week 5 uncertain. Thomas' status figures to be ultimately determined when the Jaguars release their inactives Sunday morning, but given that he is still not 100 percent, it should not come as a surprise if he is held out of another game.
Wide receiver Justin Blackmon , who hasn't practiced or played since 2013 after being suspended for the third time for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy, is unlikely to return to the Jaguars according to GM David Caldwell, per ESPN.com.