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Maurice Jones-Drew on crutches with left foot injury
Jacksonville Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew was carted off the field during today’s game against the Raiders. He ended up walking back to the sidelines on crutches with his left foot in a walking boot.
Jaguars quarterback Blaine Gabbert also went down with a shoulder injury and never returned. Chad Henne ended up coming in and finishing the game.
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According to Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk.com, Jaguars quarterback Blaine Gabbert plans on playing this Sunday despite the fact that he has a torn labrum in his non throwing shoulder. The … Continue reading »
According to Adam Schefter, Maurice Jones-Drew will not be sidelined for the rest of the season, as the running back does not have the dreaded Lisfranc injury that would have required surgery, putting him on the bench for the remainder of the season.
Jones-Drew, who won the rushing title just last year, will still be out for multiple games, according to Schefter. The team is...
Jaguars QB Blaine Gabbert injured his left shoulder and was forced from the game Sunday against Oakland.Fantasy Spin:He's been replaced by veteran Chad Henne. Gabbert had thrown for eight completions and 110 yards at the time of his departure.
Jaguars QB Blaine Gabbert injured his left shoulder and was forced from the game Sunday against Oakland.Fantasy Spin:Early reports called it a torn labrum in his left shoulder, but he'll see Dr. James Andrews on Tuesday. Neither Gabbert or his backup, Chad Henne, have proven to be fantasy-worthy.
Maurice Jones-Drew, Blaine Gabbert Every year a particular type of injury seems to gain notorious popularity around the league as it takes down numerous players. This year foot injuries have been all the rage with multiple players succumbing to various foot problems, including Santonio Holmes, DeMarco Murray, and now Jones-Drew. The Jaguars continue to collect information regarding...
Both teams are coming into Week 7 with a 1-4 record throw six weeks.Struggling defenses and turnover-prone offenses have led to the poor start for both clubs.Jacksonville Jaguars (1-4): Blaine Gabbert has been unimpressive again this season and has only thrown for 796 yards through five games.Maurice Jones-Drew has struggled as expected after coming off an off-season holdout. Jones...
I've enjoyed my time off for the bye week, but I'm back, and it's time to talk about the Jaguars as they come off their bye week to play the Oakland Raiders.
Sunday's game in Oakland is scheduled to begin at 4:25 PM, and it features a pair of 1-4 franchises. While both of the featured teams are anything but mathematically eliminated from the playoffs, it would...