Harrison (knee) won't carry an injury designation into Sunday's game against the Panthers, Michael DiRocco of ESPN.com reports.
Harrison sustained the knee injury last Sunday against the Broncos and was a limited participant for the first two practices of the week, but he had no limitations Friday to avoid the questionable tag. The 22-year-old will serve in his usual starting role at strong safety for Jacksonville.
Harrison (knee) exited Sunday's game versus the Broncos and didn't return.
Harrison made a major impact before leaving the contest, recording five tackles (three solo) and an interception. It's not clear how severe Harrison's injury is, but expect his practice status to be monitored during the upcoming week ahead of next Sunday's game versus the Panthers.
Harrison compiled 10 tackles (four solo) and one defended pass during Thursday's 20-7 win over the Titans.
Harrison played every defensive snap for Jacksonville's defense Week 3, as did fellow safety Jarrod Wilson. The Jaguars' secondary subjugated Tennessee's passing attack with Harrison as a key component and will look to perform similarly Week 4 in Denver.
Harrison (ankle) was a full participant at Tuesday's practice, Tad Dickman of the Jaguars' Public Relations reports.
Harrison was questionable prior to Sunday's Week 2 loss to the Texans. He ultimately played and logged eight tackles (four solo) in the process. There were no reported setbacks, and his full participation Tuesday indicates he looks ready to go for Thursday's tilt against the Titans.
Harrison had eight tackles (four solo) and a sack in Sunday's 13-12 loss to the Texans.
Harrison was added to the injury report Saturday with an ankle issue but was active Sunday and tied for second on the team with eight tackles. The second-year safety has 14 tackles (10 solo) and a sack through the first two weeks of the season.
Harrison (ankle) is active for Sunday's Week 2 matchup against the Texans.
Harrison was a rare Saturday addition to the injury report, but 24 hours later, he's confirmed to be suiting up. The starting safety's presence will be particularly valued with the Jaguars already down starting cornerback A.J. Bouye (hip) in the secondary versus a high-powered Texans passing attack.
Harrison is questionable for Sunday's matchup with the Texans due to an ankle injury, Michael DiRocco of ESPN reports.
Harrison is a late addition to the injury report, which would leave the Jaguars to rely heavily upon Cody Davis should he be ruled out. The 22-year-old safety suffered a knee injury in last week's loss to the Chiefs but was not listed on the injury report all week, which seems to suggest he suffered the unrelated ankle injury sometime over the past 24 hours. Look for more updates on his status to come during pregame warmups Sunday morning.
Harrison (knee) wasn't listed on Jaguars' injury report Wednesday, Phillip Heilman of The Athletic reports.
Harrison left the season opener with a knee injury, which was cause for concern considering he dealt with knee issues at the end of 2018 as well. The second-year pro is back to practice at full speed, however, and will start Sunday's game versus the Texans at strong safety. He made six solo tackles in that role Week 1.
Harrison suffered a knee injury during Sunday's game against the Chiefs and is questionable to return, John Oehser of the Jaguars' official site reports.
It's unclear how Harrison picked up the injury, but he'll likely receive treatment before trying to get back into the contest. With Harrison sidelined, Cody Davis would be in line to receive the strong safety reps.
The Jaguars placed Harrison (knee) on injured reserve Saturday, Daniel Popper of The Athletic reports.
Harrison's rookie campaign will come to a premature end with two games remaining. He will finish the year with 32 tackles (24 solo), one sack, three passes defended and one interception. He had not missed a game until now, as he has played in all 14 including eight starts. The 21-year-old will look to build on that heading into the 2019 season, while Jarrod Wilson takes over at starting strong safety for the Jaguars.
Harrison indicated Wednesday that he won't require surgery and that his injury is just a bone bruise, Daniel Popper of The Athletic reports. He doesn't expect the issue to impact his availability for the 2019 season, per Phillip Heilman of The Florida Times-Union.
Harrison suggested that he probably wouldn't have ended up on injured reserve if it wasn't so late in the season, indicating that his knee issue is relatively minor in nature. He should be good to go by the time workouts fire up next summer, barring a setback of some kind.
Harrison (knee) was placed on injured reserve Monday, John Oehser of the Jaguars' official site reports.
Harrison sustained the knee injury in Sunday's loss to the Redskins and was unable to return. The Jaguars waived veteran Barry Church -- who started the first 11 games of the season at strong safety -- on Friday, leaving little remaining depth at the position. Jarrod Wilson replaced Harrison but exited the game with an ankle injury, which could force the team to bring in additional safety depth, depending on the severity of the issue.
Harrison won't return to Sunday's game against the Redskins after suffering a knee injury.
Harrison was initially considered questionable to return before being downgraded to out. Cody Davis has taken over at strong safety, as Harrison's replacement Jarrod Wilson also exited with an ankle injury.
Harrison should finish the season as the starter at strong safety for the Jaguars, Phillip Heilman of The Florida Times-Union reports.
Harrison usurped Barry Church for the starting role Week 13 against the Colts and has played every defensive snap the last two weeks. Church was waived by the Jaguars on Friday, giving the rookie the chance to finish the season with essentially no competition at the position. The 21-year-old has eight tackles (seven solo), a sack and an interception in the last two games as the starting strong safety, and should remain in that role for the final three weeks of the season for Jacksonville.
Harrison logged five tackles (all solo) and an interception in Thursday's 30-9 loss to the Titans.
Harrison's interception in the first quarter was the first of his NFL career. The Alabama product played all 60 of the Jaguars' defensive snaps as previous starter Barry Church was a healthy inactive, all but cementing his new role. Since taking over as the starting strong safety against the Colts in Week 13, Harrison has eight tackles (seven solo) and one interception over 136 defensive snaps and five snaps on special teams.
Harrison will start at strong safety over Barry Church in Sunday's game versus the Colts.
Harrison has logged just 10 defensive snaps over the last three weeks, so his ascent to a starting role comes as a surprise. The rookie third-round pick has 24 tackles and two pass breakups this year, and will line up against a pass-happy Colts offense.
Harrison and teammates Barry Church, D.J. Hayden (toe) and Jarrod Wilson were arrested early Saturday morning in London, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
The incident reportedly could be a misunderstanding as the players were arrested but not charged with a crime as there was an apparent argument regarding their bill, which was eventually resolved. The Jaguars have announced that the players have returned to the team and the issue is being "handled internally." Kickoff for Sunday's game against the Eagles is set for 9:30 AM EDT and Harrison should serve his usual depth role in the secondary unless the team indicates otherwise.
Harrison (hamstring) is in line to practice Monday, John Oehser of the Jaguars' official site reports.
Harrison sat out of the team's third preseason game, but it appears the injury wasn't serious. The Jags have high hopes for Harrison as he was their third round pick in April's draft, but he'll start out in a reserve role behind Barry Church and contribute on special teams as well.
Harrison is not playing in Saturday's preseason game against the Falcons due to a hamstring injury, Mike Kaye of FirstCoastNews.com reports.
The previously unspecified injury cropped up earlier this week and forced Harrison to miss some practice time. The rookie safety has impressed through training camp and the early preseason games, but is expected to mostly serve as a special teams contributor and rotational safety for the Jaguars. The severity of the hamstring injury remains unclear.
Harrison missed Wednesday's practice with an apparent injury, Mike Kaye of FirstCoastNews.com reports.
It's unclear what exactly the rookie from Alabama is dealing with at the moment, or the severity. Harrison is expected to help out on special teams and serve as a primary backup in the secondary during his rookie campaign.
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