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NFL Injury Report:
New York Jets backup quarterback Tim Tebow has been limited
at practice all week and is questionable to suit up against the Jacksonville
Jaguars. The polarizing quarterback will be a game-time decision today,
according to Dan Hanzus of NFL.com.
Backup Tim Tebow is the biggest question mark here. He
practiced on a limited basis this week because of his rib injury, and his
status will be a game-time decision.
While the Jets have named Mark Sanchez as their starting
quarterback, the team could enter today’s game against the Jaguars with three
QBs on the active roster. Tebow will be a game-time decision due to his injured
Beyond Tebow, wide receiver Stephen Hill (knee) and
defensive lineman Sione Po’uha (back) are also listed as questionable to play
against the Jaguars. The only others below probable are tight end Dustin Keller
(ankle) and defensive lineman Damon Harrison (ankle) who are doubtful and wide
receiver Clyde Gates (concussion) who’s been ruled out.
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