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NFL Injury Report:
The Jacksonville Jaguars placed three players on
season-ending injured reserve, including wide receiver Cecil Shorts III,
running back Rashad Jennings and linebacker Greg Jones, reports Kevin Patra of
Wide receiver Cecil Shorts III was placed IR after suffering
his second concussion of the month in Sunday’s 23-16 loss to the New England
And the Jaguars misfortune isn't reserved for wide
receivers: Jacksonville also placed running back Rashad Jennings (shoulder) and
linebacker Greg Jones (leg) on IR on Monday.
Shorts developed into the Jaguars’ top receiver this season,
leading the team with 55 receptions and 979 receiving yards. The second-year
player started nine games for Jacksonville, scoring seven touchdowns and
averaging 17.8 yards per reception.
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