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    • Taylor Lewan TEN T
      Titans' Taylor Lewan: Logs limited practice
      2h ago

      Lewan (shoulder) was limited at practice Wednesday, Terry McCormick of TitanInsider.com reports.

      Lewan was evaluated for a shoulder injury in Thursday's win over the Jaguars, but was able to return to the field. Give that, it would be a surprise if he wasn't available Sunday against the Giants, though his level of participation at Thursday's practice should provide a better idea of his status.

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    • Tim Williams BAL LB
      Ravens' Tim Williams: Practices in full
      5h ago

      Williams (ankle) was a full participant at Wednesday's practice.

      Williams' ability to return to practice without any limitations bodes well for his chances of playing in Sunday's game. The second-year vet will likely resume his role as a depth outside linebacker following his return to the field without a hindrance.

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    • Marcell Dareus JAC DT
      Jaguars' Marcell Dareus: Clear of injury report
      5h ago

      Dareus (illness) is not listed on the Jaguars' injury report Wednesday.

      Dareus played a season-low 19 snaps in last Thursday's loss to the Titans as he was forced to exit the game due to illness. The 28-year-old appears fully recovered and should resume his starting role at defensive tackle for Week 15.

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    • Tony Jefferson BAL SS
      Ravens' Tony Jefferson: Absent from Wednesday practice
      5h ago

      Jefferson (ankle) did not practice Wednesday.

      Jefferson was withheld from last week's tilt with Kansas City, so there's a shadow of concern above Baltimore this week. If the veteran can't practice before Sunday, perhaps the Ravens will have to turn to Chuck Clark once again.

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    • Josh Walker JAC T
      Jaguars' Josh Walker: Clear of foot injury
      5h ago

      Walker (foot) was a full participant at Wednesday's practice.

      Walker has missed the last four games with the foot injury and appears poised for a return against the Redskins. The 27-year-old had started four games at offensive tackle prior to suffering the injury, but it remains to be seen what role he will have upon his return.

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    • Marlon Humphrey BAL CB
      Ravens' Marlon Humphrey: Held out of Wednesday's session
      5h ago

      Humphrey (groin) did not practice Wednesday.

      Humphrey's absence from the practice doesn't help the prospects of him playing in Sunday's game, but there's still a few days before any such decision needs to be made. The veteran played through the groin issue in last week's contest, so perhaps the Ravens viewed Wednesday as a good opportunity to provide Humphrey with some valuable rest.

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    • Lamar Jackson BAL QB
      Ravens' Lamar Jackson: Practices fully
      9h ago

      Jackson (ankle) was a full participant at Wednesday's practice.

      In addition to the good news about Jackson's ankle injury, coach John Harbaugh confirmed Wednesday morning that the rookie will continue to start at quarterback. Joe Flacco (hip) is expected to return for Sunday's game against Tampa Bay as the backup QB, though it isn't out of the question he could play a few snaps, specifically in obvious passing situations. Jackson's ability to practice without any restrictions suggests he should have his usual mobility Sunday.

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    • Matthew Stafford DET QB
      Lions' Matthew Stafford: Starts week limited
      10h ago

      Stafford (back) was a limited practice participant Wednesday, Tim Twentyman of the Lions' official site reports.

      Stafford played through the same injury during Sunday's 17-3 win over the Cardinals, completing 15 of 23 passes for a career-low 101 yards. He should be able to play again this week, but there isn't much cause for optimism in a road matchup with a Buffalo defense that's yielding just 6.4 yards per pass attempt (second best).

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    • Kyle Lauletta NYG QB
      Giants' Kyle Lauletta: Sticking as No. 2 quarterback
      11h ago

      Coach Pat Shumur confirmed Lauletta would remain the Giants' No. 2 quarterback for Sunday's game against the Titans, Dan Duggan of The Athletic reports.

      A healthy inactive through the Giants' first 12 games, Lauletta moved ahead of Alex Tanney on the depth chart and dressed as the backup to Eli Manning the past two weeks. With the Week 14 win over the Redskins turning into a lopsided affair by halftime, Lauletta came on in relief and failed to complete any of his five attempts while also tossing an interception. The poor showing didn't inspire much confidence about Lauletta's ability to direct the offense, though the rookie may get some more in-game reps over the final three weeks of the season if the Giants want to get a glimpse of what post-Manning life might look like.

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    • Carson Wentz PHI QB
      Eagles' Carson Wentz: Week 15 status up in air
      12h ago

      Wentz (back) has yet to be ruled out for Sunday's road game against the Rams, Rob Maaddi of the Associated Press reports.

      A pair of sources relayed to Maaddi that no decision has been made regarding Wentz's availability for Week 15, going against a report from Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, who reported the quarterback isn't expected to play. Coach Doug Pederson touched on Wentz's health, calling his issue "a little bit of back soreness, a little tightness, so we're going to rest him [Wednesday], continue to evaluate him and make sure he's good." Nick Foles worked as the No. 1 quarterback at Wednesday's practice and would do the same Sunday in Los Angeles if Wentz ultimately is ruled out.

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    • Ryan Tannehill MIA QB
      Dolphins' Ryan Tannehill: Expected to play
      12h ago

      Coach Adam Gase said Tannehill (ankle) looked good during practice Wednesday and will play in Sunday's game at Minnesota "unless something crazy happens," Adam H. Beasley of the Miami Herald reports.

      Beasley agreed with Gase's assessment of Tannehill looking good Wednesday, noting that the quarterback moved around well even though his entire right cleat was covered in tape. While he may be slightly limited in terms of mobility, Tannehill doesn't seem to be in much danger of sitting out Week 15. The bigger concern is his tricky road matchup with a Vikings defense ranked seventh in the NFL in opponent passer rating (86.7) and 16th in yards per attempt (7.5).

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    • Joe Flacco BAL QB
      Ravens' Joe Flacco: Set for full practice
      13h ago

      Coach John Harbaugh said that Flacco (hip) would practice fully Wednesday and will face no restrictions as he returns to action in a backup role Sunday against the Buccaneers, Eduardo A. Encina of the Tampa Bay Times reports.

      With Flacco ready to go after missing the Ravens' previous four games with a strained right hip, Harbaugh was finally forced to make a tough decision between the veteran and Lamar Jackson as his starting quarterback. To little surprise, Jackson was named the Week 15 starter after sparking a dormant rushing attack over the past four weeks while leading the Ravens to wins in three of those contests. Jackson could still use some polish as a passer -- he's completed only 58.4 percent of his throws for 6.8 yards per attempt, four touchdowns and three interceptions this season -- but Flacco (61.2 percent, 6.5 YPA, 12:4 TD:INT in nine games) doesn't represent a major upgrade on that front. There's a possibility that Harbaugh could rotate Flacco in for a few snaps per game to keep opposing defenses guessing, but the 33-year-old likely won't see enough involvement to warrant a lineup spot even in most two-quarterback formats.

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    • David Fluellen TEN RB
      Titans' David Fluellen: Held out of Wednesday's session
      7h ago

      Fluellen (knee) did not practice Wednesday, John Glennon of The Athletic reports.

      Fluellen's knee injury has now reached a month in length. Even if the 26-year-old returns to practice later this week, it's tough to see a scenario in which he'd be of value for Sunday's contest. In regards to this week, things are looking bleak for the Toledo product.

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    • Jalen Richard OAK RB
      Raiders' Jalen Richard: Deemed healthy
      7h ago

      Richard (ribs) isn't listed on the Wednesday injury report.

      Richard's minor rib injury didn't seem to impact his role during a 24-21 win over the Steelers on Sunday, as he gained 29 yards on nine touches while handling a 49 percent snap share. He gets a friendlier matchup in Week 15 with the Raiders traveling to Cincinnati.

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    • Derrius Guice WAS RB
      Redskins' Derrius Guice: Dealing with major recovery setback
      8h ago

      Guice (knee) developed an infection after his mid-August surgery to repair a torn ACL, leading to three additional procedures and a seven-week course of intravenous antibiotics, Kareem Copeland of The Washington Post reports.

      The infection delayed his rehab process and kept him away from the Redskins' facility all season, but Guice is finally making progress and still hopes to be available for OTAs in May/June. Even if his optimistic outlook doesn't come to pass, the rookie running back has some margin for error given that he'll be 13 months removed from the initial injury by the time Week 1 of 2019 rolls around. Guice's progress is sure to be a major story during the offseason, as his Week 1 availability can no longer be taken for granted.

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    • Adrian Peterson WAS RB
      Redskins' Adrian Peterson: Limited at Wednesday's practice
      8h ago

      Peterson (shoulder) practiced on a limited basis Wednesday, Kareem Copeland of The Washington Post reports.

      Peterson typically has had his practice reps capped to some degree in the first practice of each week since dislocating his shoulder on Oct. 8, only to ditch the designation before gameday. Expect him to do the same this week as the Redskins prepare for a Week 15 matchup with a Jaguars defense that ranks 21st against the run (120.4 yards per game).

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    • Kenyan Drake MIA RB
      Dolphins' Kenyan Drake: Logs limited practice
      9h ago

      Drake (shoulder) was limited at practice Wednesday.

      Drake was limited at practice last week as well, but did not carry an injury designation into the Dolphins' Week 14 contest against the Patriots. The running back ended up logging 24 of a possible 48 snaps in the game, en route to carrying six times for 24 yards. Of course, Drake's fantasy line was saved by a wild TD -- credited as a 55-yard catch -- that involved a pair of laterals on the final play of the day.

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    • Rashaad Penny SEA RB
      Seahawks' Rashaad Penny: Has knee injury
      9h ago

      Coach Pete Carroll said Penny won't practice Wednesday due to a knee injury, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports.

      Penny strangely avoided all three Week 14 injury reports but still was listed as questionable for Monday's game against the Vikings as a result of an ankle issue. He brushed it off and turned eight rushes into 44 yards, marking his fourth time with more than 5.0 YPC in the last five outings. The rookie hasn't been able to usurp Chris Carson for a featured role so far, and tending to injuries in back-to-back weeks won't help his cause.

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    • Amba Etta-Tawo NYG WR
      Amba Etta-Tawo: Inks deal with Houston's practice squad
      6h ago

      Etta-Tawo signed with the Texans' practice squad Wednesday.

      The Syracuse product has had brief stints with the Jacksonville, Kansas City and, most recently, the New York Giants. Given his inability to breakthrough thus far, it'll be tough for Etta-Tawo to prove his role as a receiver this time around, especially with Houston's depth at the position. Perhaps his best chance to crack the active roster will come via special teams.

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    • Doug Baldwin SEA WR
      Seahawks' Doug Baldwin: Continues to sit out practice
      6h ago

      Baldwin (hip) was a non-participant at Wednesday's practice, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports. "He went through the walk-through today," coach Pete Carroll told Boyle. "We'll just go one day at a time with Doug and never expect anything other than he may pull off another one of his miracles and get back and play. His mind is set on doing that. We'll see how he makes it though the week."

      The key here is Carroll's assertion that the Seahawks will take Baldwin's situation on a day-to-day basis. In the past, Baldwin has proved he needs very few, if any, practice reps to be considered available on an ensuing gameday. There's a great chance his status will remain in limbo until the team releases its inactive list about 90 minutes before Sunday's 4:05 PM ET kickoff in San Francisco. Another absence from Baldwin would allow Tyler Lockett, David Moore and Jaron Brown to take on elevated roles within in the passing attack.

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    • Brandon Powell DET WR
      Lions' Brandon Powell: Absent from injury report
      6h ago

      Powell (calf) is not listed on the Lions' injury report Wednesday, Tim Twentyman of the Lions' official site reports.

      Powell has missed the last two games with the calf issue but appears healthy heading into Week 15. The 22-year-old was a healthy scratch for the previous two games before suffering the calf injury, so he may not have been a factor offensively regardless. Bruce Ellington sustained a hamstring injury in Sunday's win over the Cardinals and didn't practice Wednesday, which could provide an opportunity for Powell should he miss any time.

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    • Dwayne Harris OAK WR
      Raiders' Dwayne Harris: Limited at Wednesday's session
      6h ago

      Harris was a limited participant at Wednesday's practice with a foot injury.

      The extent of the foot issue is not believed to be all that serious given Harris' ability to practice, even in a limited fashion. The Raiders' primary return man figures to be ready for Sunday's tilt with Cincinnati barring any unforeseen developments.

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    • Josh Doctson WAS WR
      Redskins' Josh Doctson: Going through concussion protocol
      8h ago

      Doctson (concussion) didn't practice Wednesday, Kareem Copeland of The Washington Post reports. "I think Josh has a chance to be okay," coach Jay Gruden said. "He's getting checked out by an independent guy and hopefully we'll know more tomorrow."

      Doctson entered the concussion protocol in the wake of a Week 14 demolition at the hands of the Giants. Gruden's comments likely indicate Doctson had an evaluation Wednesday to get through one of the five steps in the protocol, but ultimately he'll need to get clearance from an independent neurologist to play Sunday in Jacksonville.

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    • Jamison Crowder WAS WR
      Redskins' Jamison Crowder: Crops up with ankle again
      8h ago

      Crowder (ankle) was a limited practice participant Wednesday, Daniel Popper of The Athletic reports.

      Crowder may have suffered a minor aggravation to his ankle during Sunday's 40-16 loss to the Giants. He caught two of seven targets for 87 yards and a touchdown in his second game back from a lengthy absence, turning a short pass into a 79-yard score in garbage time. Assuming he continues to practice in some capacity, Crowder should be fine for Sunday's difficult matchup at Jacksonville, working with Josh Johnson as the starting quarterback.

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    • Erik Swoope IND TE
      Saints' Erik Swoope: Headed to the Bayou
      5h ago

      Swoope was claimed off waivers by the Saints on Wednesday, Mike Triplett of ESPN.com reports.

      Swoope should provide the Saints with added depth at the tight end position. The bulk of his work will likely come via special teams, but Drew Brees has a knack for getting the most out of his teammates.

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    • Dwayne Allen NE TE
      Patriots' Dwayne Allen: No limitations Wednesday
      6h ago

      Allen (knee) was a full participant at Wednesday's practice.

      Allen was able to practice fully last Friday but was listed as questionable and ultimately didn't travel with the team to Miami. The 28-year-old has missed the last three games but appears on track to return Week 15 at Pittsburgh.

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    • Mo Alie-Cox IND TE
      Colts' Mo Alie-Cox: Returns to practice
      7h ago

      Alie-Cox (calf) returned to practice Wednesday, Andrew Walker of the team's official site reports.

      Alie-Cox has been coming into his own prior to sustaining a calf injury back in Week 12. Having missed consecutive weeks, it's tough to predict whether the rookie will be held to a snap limit during Sunday's game. As for now, a return to the practice field is a step in the right direction.

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    • Sean Culkin LAC TE
      Chargers' Sean Culkin: Will not play Thursday
      11h ago

      Culkin (back) has been ruled out for Thursday's matchup against the Chiefs.

      Culkin was unable to practice each day this week. The Missouri product also missed Sunday's win over the Bengals. Culkin hasn't logged more than 20 offensive snaps in a game since Week 6 and is listed as the third tight end on the depth chart. Therefore, his absence may not have much of an impact on the team.

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    • Jason Croom BUF TE
      Bills' Jason Croom: Full participant Wednesday
      11h ago

      Croom (groin) practiced in full Wednesday.

      Croom was unable to practice at all and ultimately didn't play Week 14 against the Dolphins. Starting the week with a full practice is a good sign, though Croom's role in the offense is minimal and none of the Buffalo tight ends are fantasy worthy this season.

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    • Austin Hooper ATL TE
      Falcons' Austin Hooper: Misses practice with knee injury
      11h ago

      Hooper (knee) isn't practicing Wednesday, Vaughn McClure of ESPN.com reports.

      Injured in the closing minutes of Sunday's 34-20 loss to Green Bay, the 24-year-old tight end is now in danger of sitting out Week 15 against the Cardinals, though coach Dan Quinn said Monday that Hooper should have a chance to play. No. 2 tight end Logan Paulsen (knee/ankle) returned to practice Wednesday after missing the Week 14 game.

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    • Kai Forbath MIN K
      Kai Forbath: Works out with Steelers
      12h ago

      Forbath worked out with the Steelers on Wednesday, Dale Lolley of DKPittsburghSports.com reports.

      Forbath was released by the Vikings on Aug. 20 and worked out for the Jets one day later, but has yet to sign with a team. The UCLA product was involved in some close position battles during the preseason. Forbath may be considered -- along with Matt McCrane -- by the Steelers if they decide to move on from Chris Boswell, who currently sits on the hot seat after missing two field goals -- including a game-tying field goal -- against the Raiders on Sunday.

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    • Stephen Hauschka BUF K
      Bills' Stephen Hauschka: Spectator for practice
      14h ago

      Hauschka (back) won't participate in Wednesday's practice, Vic Carucci of The Buffalo News reports.

      Coach Sean McDermott is labeling Hauschka as day-to-day while the kicker recovers from a sore back, which stems from a hit he took on a blocked field goal during Sunday's loss to the Jets. While Hauschka is still hurting a bit, McDermott said he's confident the 33-year-old will be ready to play in advance of the Week 15 game against the Lions, per Matthew Fairburn of The Athletic. Unless the Bills add another kicker to the roster at some point before the weekend, there won't be any reason to view McDermott's claim with any skepticism.

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    • Dan Bailey MIN K
      Vikings' Dan Bailey: Has kick blocked
      1d ago

      Bailey had his only field-goal attempt blocked, but made his lone extra-point try in Monday night's 21-7 loss to the Seahawks.

      Bailey's scoring opportunities were limited by a sluggish Vikings offense. However, after Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner appeared to boost himself up to block Bailey's 47-yarder, his lone field-goal attempt still played a big part in the game's storyline. Controversy or not, Bailey has now missed four kicks over his last three appearances, no longer making him the model of consistency he once was.

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    • Brett Maher DAL K
      Cowboys' Brett Maher: Hits 62-yarder in win
      1d ago

      Maher made three of four field-goal attempts and both his extra-point tries in Sunday's 29-23 win over the Eagles.

      Maher started by making from 28 yards, but then missed from 45 yards on his second attempt. Shortly thereafter, however, he nailed a 62-yarder as the first half expired, setting a Cowboys record in the process. The rookie's final make came from 21 yards, and with a couple extra points to boot, he put together his fifth double-digit scoring performance. That haul brought his season total to 106 points, which ranks eighth among kickers.

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    • Brandon McManus DEN K
      Broncos' Brandon McManus: Opportunities limited
      1d ago

      McManus did not attempt a field goal but made both his extra-point tries in Sunday's 20-14 loss to the 49ers.

      McManus' mere two points tied his season low. Considering he only boasts 80 points through 13 games, however, fantasy owners should've recalibrated their expectations of McManus -- who averaged about 114 points over the previous three seasons -- by now.

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    • Aldrick Rosas NYG K
      Giants' Aldrick Rosas: Hits double figures again
      1d ago

      Rosas made both his field-goal attempts and four of his five extra-point tries in Sunday's 40-16 rout of the Redskins.

      Rosas converted from 35 and 23 yards on his respective field goals, bringing his record to an incredible 28 of 29 on the season. Although he'll be disappointed by missing his first extra point of the campaign, Rosas has still scored in double figures in three straight games, and his 109 points are tied for sixth among kickers league-wide.

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    • Tim Williams BAL LB
      Ravens' Tim Williams: Practices in full
      5h ago

      Williams (ankle) was a full participant at Wednesday's practice.

      Williams' ability to return to practice without any limitations bodes well for his chances of playing in Sunday's game. The second-year vet will likely resume his role as a depth outside linebacker following his return to the field without a hindrance.

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    • Marcell Dareus JAC DT
      Jaguars' Marcell Dareus: Clear of injury report
      5h ago

      Dareus (illness) is not listed on the Jaguars' injury report Wednesday.

      Dareus played a season-low 19 snaps in last Thursday's loss to the Titans as he was forced to exit the game due to illness. The 28-year-old appears fully recovered and should resume his starting role at defensive tackle for Week 15.

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    • Tony Jefferson BAL SS
      Ravens' Tony Jefferson: Absent from Wednesday practice
      5h ago

      Jefferson (ankle) did not practice Wednesday.

      Jefferson was withheld from last week's tilt with Kansas City, so there's a shadow of concern above Baltimore this week. If the veteran can't practice before Sunday, perhaps the Ravens will have to turn to Chuck Clark once again.

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    • Marlon Humphrey BAL CB
      Ravens' Marlon Humphrey: Held out of Wednesday's session
      5h ago

      Humphrey (groin) did not practice Wednesday.

      Humphrey's absence from the practice doesn't help the prospects of him playing in Sunday's game, but there's still a few days before any such decision needs to be made. The veteran played through the groin issue in last week's contest, so perhaps the Ravens viewed Wednesday as a good opportunity to provide Humphrey with some valuable rest.

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    • Leon Jacobs JAC OLB
      Jaguars' Leon Jacobs: Sits out Wednesday
      5h ago

      Jacobs (quadriceps) was a non-participant at practice Wednesday.

      Jacobs suffered the quadriceps in injury in last Thursday's loss to the Titans and is apparently still hampered by the injury. The rookie seventh-round pick will likely need to practice fully by Friday if he is to avoid an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Redskins.

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    • Abry Jones JAC DT
      Jaguars' Abry Jones: Practices fully Wednesday
      5h ago

      Jones (shin) was a full participant at practice Wednesday.

      Jones was inactive for last Thursday's loss to the Titans but appears ready to go for Week 15. The 27-year-old should return to his role as a rotational defensive tackle against the Redskins this week.

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