Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Blaine Gabbert left last
night’s contest against the Indianapolis Colts in the fourth quarter after
apparently reinjuring his left shoulder, reports Curtis Crabtree of
ProFootballTalk.com. Coach Mike Mularky also told reporters that running back
Maurice Jones-Drew is roughly two weeks away from returning from a foot injury.
Gabbert was injured while being sacked by Colts safety
Antoine Bethae. He was scrambling to his left and was taken down hard on his
left shoulder. Gabbert had previously been diagnosed with a torn labrum in his
left shoulder, but he’s been able to play through it as it’s not his throwing
Gabbert, who was replaced by backup quarterback Chad Henne,
was 18 of 31 for 209 and an interception prior to exiting the contest.
Jones-Drew has been recovering from a sprained foot, and it
appears he’s at least two weeks away from returning for the Jaguars.
Considering the team’s place in the standings, it doesn’t make sense to rush
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