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The Jacksonville Jaguars season of fun continues this weekend against the San Francisco 49ers, but the good news is that they’ll go into the game with both of their top receivers, as Justin Blackmon and Cecil Shorts are both listed as probable and expected to play. Blackmon did not practice on Friday (hamstring) and Shorts was able to practice on a limited basis (sternoclavicular joint).
Injury Outlook: Both guys should and will play, so there’s not doubt about that. Blackmon not practicing today looks like simple injury management, a way to get him some rest to allow him to be as fresh as possible for Sunday’s game. Blackmon should be just fine this week.
Shorts will again play through a sprain to the sternoclavicular joint, which is the joint that connects the collar bone to the chest bone. This type of sprain is stressed with any overhead motions at the shoulder, so there is a moderate level of pain tolerance with this type of injury. In addition, there can be a higher risk of re...
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Here is the updated Jacksonville Jaguars’ Injury Report, courtesy of Jaguars.com. The Jaguars are set to take on the San Francisco 49ers tomorrow afternoon at Wembley Stadium in London. The 49ers are +14.5 point favorites coming into the game.
Jaguars’ Injury Report:
LB Russell Allen (Ribs)
WR Justin Blackmon (Hamstring)
DE Andre Branch (Knee)
WR Stephen Burton...
Don't say the Jacksonville Jaguars are starting from scratch, because that's an insult to a team of the same name that actually did start from scratch.
Chances are, those 1995 Jaguars would beat this bunch, which is quite possibly the worst team in NFL history.
Jacksonville has lost it first seven games by an average of nearly 21 points - double-figure margins in all of...
The San Francisco 49ers and Jacksonville Jaguars play against one another this weekend.
While the 49ers (5-2) appear to be back on track the Jaguars (0-7) are the worst team in the league.
Coverage of the game between the 49ers and Jaguars will air on FOX in some locations from Wembley Stadium in London, England. If the NFL was trying to showcase football the England...
Jacksonville is reportedly very receptive to the idea of trading running back Maurice Jones-Drew. SOURCE: Jason La Canfora, CBS SportsFantasy Spin:The Jags probably won't be able to retain Jones-Drew in free agency and even if they were willing to spend what it takes to keep him, it doesn't make much sense to build a team around a running back in his late 20s. With that said...
LONDON (AP) -- Jacksonville Jaguars offensive lineman Will Rackley left Sunday's game against the San Francisco 49ers with a head injury.
Rackley, who was hit in the head late in the second quarter, was ruled out for the remainder of the game at Wembley Stadium because of the injury. The Jaguars guard has played in all seven of Jacksonville's games this season.
The Jaguars have made such little progress this season that taking a step back didn’t go over well with running back Maurice Jones-Drew.
The three-time Pro Bowler chose not to speak to reporters following last Sunday’s 24-6 loss to San Diego at EverBank Field. Jones-Drew carried nine times, as the Jaguars defense couldn’t get the Chargers offense off the field. The carries...
The Jacksonville Jaguars get no respect in the United States and with due reason. These guys are just plain bad. From the looks of things the team is a long, long way from getting any better. That is probably why the Jags volunteered to go over to London--where they also get no respect.
Yeah, it looks like the person carrying the 'A' flag is really struggling. Go Jaguras...
Mike Brown of the Jacksonville Jaguars shows that he can dance with the best of them. Number 12 still has that hand dancing skills in order to taunt the San Francisco 49ers in a proper way. Get it Mike Brown. Get it. [NFL RedZone]
A decade removed from his undefeated seasons at De La Salle High School-Concord, Maurice Jones-Drew is marooned on a winless Jacksonville Jaguars team.
"It's different now obviously than it was in high school," Jones-Drew said earlier this week. "But I have the same mindset: we have a chance to win every game. It doesn't matter who we play."
The way this Jaguars season has gone with injuries and inconsistences and losses chances are good that quarterback Blaine Gabbert will get another chance to start a game.
And that’s the attitude Gabbert portrayed before practice Thursday even though Chad Henne was named the starter for Sunday’s game against San Francisco and probably the foreseeable future.
But let’s face...
The Jacksonville Jaguars? The London Jaguars?
It doesn't matter where they play their home games. Through eight weeks, what matters in the grand scheme of things is they can still be called the winless Jaguars.
As was the case a week earlier in their loss to the San Diego Chargers, the Jaguars dug themselves a 14-0 hole in the early going against the San Francisco 49ers. Had...
Blaine Gabbert may have known this say was coming. The Jacksonville Jaguars had to have some idea this might come to fruition. The fans may have hoped for it and the media now has something more to write about it now that the decision has been made.Chad Henne is now the starting quarterback in Jacksonville and will start his third consecutive game for the team when the Jaguars face...
LONDON (AP) -- Jacksonville wide receiver Ace Sanders has been cleared to play against the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday at Wembley Stadium.
Sanders missed the last game, a 24-6 loss to San Diego, with a concussion.
Stephen Burton, another Jacksonville wide receiver, was inactive for the game in London, also with a concussion.
QB Ricky Stanzi, CB Fleming, G McClendon, OT DeMarcus...
Jacksonville Jaguars mascot Jaxson DeVille decided to take what was his in Wembley Stadium and streak across the field.
A couple of highly drafted wide receivers could finally pay some dividends this week while a pair of Jaguars is ready to go on the prowl in London....