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 Latest Jaguars Player Notes
Jan 22 2018 - Corey Grant
  RB Corey Grant caught three passes for 41 yards during the 16-game regular season. Against the Patriots on Sunday, Grant had three receptions for 20, 24 and 15 yards.


Jan 22 2018 - Allen Hurns
  WR Allen Hurns caught six passes for 80 yards against New England after catching four passes for 50 yards in the last three games, his first action since missing six games with a high ankle sprain.


Jan 22 2018 - Brad Nortman
  P Brad Nortman had six punts for a 42.5 average with a long of 51. His 43-yard punt late in the game was a low, line-drive kick that was returned 20 yards to the Jaguars' 30-yard line.


Jan 22 2018 - Barry Church
  SS Barry Church was penalized 15 yards for making helmet-to-helmet contact with Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski on an incomplete pass in the first half. "I just tried to dislodge the ball. He's a big dude. But I guess they felt it was too high of a hit. I hope he's healthy," Church said.


Jan 22 2018 - Josh Lambo
  K Josh Lambo will carry a streak of converting 15 consecutive field goals into the 2018 season. Lambo, who had field goals of 43 and 54 yards (longest Jaguars kick in postseason play) against New England, was 23-of-24 for the Jaguars after he was signed by the club on Oct. 17.


Jan 22 2018 - Dante Fowler Jr.
  DE Dante Fowler Jr. had two sacks in the New England game to become the third Jaguars player with double-digit sack totals this year, including regular season and playoff games. Fowler finished with 10 sacks in recording his first multi-sack game since Week 2 of the 2016 season (at San Diego).


Jan 22 2018 - Jaydon Mickens
  PR Jaydon Mickens, who missed last week's game against Pittsburgh with a hamstring injury, was active on Sunday but Dede Westbrook handled the punt return duties though he had no returns.


Jan 22 2018 - Cam Robinson
  T Cam Robinson suffered a shoulder injury three minutes into the second half and missed part of a series, but was able to return and finish the game.


Jan 22 2018 - Myles Jack
  OLB Myles Jack was carted off the field late in the game with an ankle injury, but it was not serious. Jack was walking around afterward and said it was not a problem.


Jan 22 2018 - Allen Hurns
  WR Allen Hurns led Jacksonville with six catches for 80 yards.


Jan 22 2018 - Leonard Fournette
  RB Leonard Fournette ran for 76 yards on 24 carries and scored from 4 yards to make it 14-3.


Jan 22 2018 - Marcedes Lewis
  TE Marcedes Lewis caught a 4-yard touchdown pass from Blake Bortles.


Jan 22 2018 - Blake Bortles
  QB Blake Bortles was 23 of 36 for 293 yards and one touchdown as the Jaguars, playing in their third conference title game, failed to make it to their first Super Bowl -- despite the guarantee by cornerback Jalen Ramsey.


Jan 19 2018 - Tashaun Gipson
  S Tashaun Gipson is listed as questionable for Sunday's AFC Championship Game against the New England Patriots in Foxborough, Mass. Gipson is nursing a right foot injury that he sustained in the third-seeded Jaguars' 45-42 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers last Sunday. The 27-year-old participated in Friday's workout on a limited basis after failing to practice the previous two days.


Jan 19 2018 - Malik Jackson
  DT Malik Jackson isn't buying that quarterback Tom Brady will be hampered by his reported right hand injury. Why? Well, Jackson recently has heard an opponent cite an injury to its main star ahead of facing the Jaguars. "I remember (Buffalo Bills running back) LeSean McCoy said he had a high ankle sprain and came out there cutting and stuff," the 28-year-old Jackson said on Pro Football Live. McCoy was listed as day-to-day with the injury prior to Jacksonville's 10-3 win over Buffalo in the AFC wild-card game.


Jan 18 2018 - Telvin Smith
  LB Telvin Smith must pay a financial penalty for pointing his finger at Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell while scoring a touchdown on Sunday. Smith received a letter from the NFL on Thursday notifying him of the fine for taunting. "It was big. Like $10,000. What a point," Smith said.


Jan 18 2018 - Malik Jackson
  NT Malik Jackson (ankle) was limited in practice for a second straight day Thursday.


Jan 18 2018 - Barry Church
  S Barry Church (shoulder) was limited in practice for a second straight day Thursday.


Jan 18 2018 - Patrick Omameh
  OL Patrick Omameh was a full participant in Thursday's practice. He was held out with an illness on Wednesday,


Jan 18 2018 - Leonard Fournette
  RB Leonard Fournette, who was limited in practice Wednesday because of an ankle injury, was limited again Thursday. Fournette suffered an ankle injury in the first half of Sunday's 45-42 victory over Pittsburgh but returned in the second half. He rushed for 109 yards and three touchdowns in the victory.


Jan 18 2018 - Tashaun Gipson
  S Tashaun Gipson was unable to practice for the second straight day because of a foot injury. Gipson said early in the week that he expected to be ready for Sunday's AFC Championship Game against the New England Patriots, but now his availability is less certain. He started all 16 regular-season games and both postseason games, but injured his foot against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday.


Jan 18 2018 - Leonard Fournette
  RB Leonard Fournette was involved in a three-car crash in Jacksonville on Tuesday, and Fournette told USA Today that the driver of the car who slammed him from behind was a fan of the Steelers, the team that the Jaguars beat on Sunday.


Jan 18 2018 - Malik Jackson
  DT Malik Jackson didn't take too kindly to having Pittsburgh Steelers safety Mike Mitchell verbally dismiss the Jaguars prior to their divisional-round game last weekend. "We earned the respect we had when we went out there and handled them the first time, to be disrespected the second time, people said it was a fluke and this and that, it was disrespectful," the 28-year-old Jackson told Pro Football Talk Live. "Just tired of being disrespected, tired of being questioned. In the final four, nobody can question you."


Jan 18 2018 - Marcedes Lewis
  TE Marcedes Lewis, the elder spokesman for the Jaguars in his 12th year with the team, also spoke of the importance of having faced New England in the preseason. "That helped us a lot as far as our confidence and knowing we can compete," Lewis said. "When we went up there, we did some good things and we knew we had some things to work on. They helped jump-start us."


Jan 18 2018 - Blake Bortles
  QB Blake Bortles is glad that the Jaguars had several practice days with the New England Patriots prior to the teams meeting in a preseason game in August. "It definitely helped out," he said. "I think going up there and getting to go up there for three days, and then obviously play against them even though it was preseason and practice in camp and all that. I think to get a little bit of familiarity with personnel and then scheme as well, obviously they have done stuff all year that is different. I am sure we will see things that are different and they have changed."


Jan 18 2018 - Cam Robinson
  T Cam Robinson continues to shine as one of the Jaguars' best offensive linemen in his rookie season with the team. He's allowed only 3.5 sacks in 17 games this year.


Jan 18 2018 - Malik Jackson
  DT Malik Jackson practiced Wednesday on a limited basis due to an ankle injury.


Jan 18 2018 - Barry Church
  SS Barry Church was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice due to a shoulder injury.


Jan 18 2018 - Leonard Fournette
  RB Leonard Fournette, who sprained his ankle in the first half of the Pittsburgh game, was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice.


Jan 18 2018 - Patrick Omameh
  G Patrick Omameh did not practice on Wednesday due to illness.


Jan 18 2018 - Tashaun Gipson
  FS Tashaun Gipson did not practice Wednesday due to a foot injury that he suffered in the game against Pittsburgh last Sunday. Gipson had been in a walking boot earlier this week, but was out of the boot and on the practice field Wednesday but did not practice.


Jan 17 2018 - Patrick Omameh
  OL Patrick Omameh sat out practice Wednesday with an illness. The Jaguars play at New England in Sunday's AFC Championship Game.


Jan 17 2018 - Tashaun Gipson
  S Tashaun Gipson was unable to practice Wednesday due to a foot injury. He started all 16 regular-season games and both postseason games, but injured his foot against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday.


Jan 17 2018 - Leonard Fournette
  RB Leonard Fournette was only a limited participant in practice on Wednesday, but apparently it had nothing to do with the minor car accident in which he was involved on Tuesday. His limited participation had more to do with an ankle injury, according to the team's injury report. Fournette left Sunday's game against the Pittsburgh Steelers with an ankle injury, but he returned in the second half.


Jan 17 2018 - Allen Robinson
  WR Allen Robinson won't be on the field this weekend for the Jacksonville Jaguars' AFC Championship Game against the host New England Patriots, but the wide receiver expects to be healthy relatively soon. Robinson feels that he's right on target with his recovery after tearing his ACL in his left knee on the third play from scrimmage in the Jaguars' season-opening 29-7 win over the Houston Texans. "It's coming along smoothly," the 24-year-old Robinson said. "It's patience with everything. I wish I could just wake up tomorrow and feel like I did Sept. 9, but I understand it's going to be a process to get back to that standpoint. I know I'll be back to that point and better; that's something that I definitely know. It's just a process, but I'm on my way. I'm probably about halfway there, so I've got to continue to get better."


Jan 16 2018 - Leonard Fournette
  RB Leonard Fournette was not injured after being involved in a minor accident in Jacksonville (Fla.), the team announced Tuesday. The Florida Highway Patrol confirmed to local television station WJXT that Fournette was not at fault after his car was rear-ended as part of a three-vehicle collision near the Dames Point Bridge. "Leonard is OK and was able to drive home," the team said in a statement. "Appreciate everyone that has reached out to check on him."


Jan 16 2018 - Josh Lambo
  K Josh Lambo's 45-yard field goal with 1:45 to play proved to be the game-winner when Pittsburgh scored its final touchdown with 1 second left in the game, leaving the Steelers three points behind.


Jan 16 2018 - Brad Nortman
  P Brad Nortman endured his second blocked punt this season when Steelers safety Robert Golden came off the right edge unblocked. The kick was recorded as a 15-yard punt.


Jan 16 2018 - Jalen Ramsey
  CB Jalen Ramsey has made his mark as a tough pass defender, earning first team All-Pro honors this season. Ramsey's best play in Sunday's game was when he dropped Bell for a 4-yard loss on a fourth-and-1 situation in the first half.


Jan 16 2018 - A.J. Bouye
  CB A.J. Bouye was covering Antonio Brown for a good share of the game and was burned for his first two touchdowns allowed this season. Bouye was credited with five tackles in the game.


Jan 16 2018 - Telvin Smith
  LB Telvin Smith had one of the best games of his career. He matched his career-high of 16 tackles and scored his second TD of the season when he scooped up a fumble and took it 50 yards to the end zone. Smith's other score this year was also against Pittsburgh when he posted a 28-yard pick-six against the Steelers in Week 5. Smith's TD on the fumble recovery ended badly when he was penalized 5 yards for taunting for pointing a finger at Le'Veon Bell the final 10 yards. The penalty proved costly as the Steelers recovered a squib kick and returned it to midfield where they then drove 51 yards in seven plays to score with 25 seconds left in the first half.


Jan 16 2018 - Jarrod Wilson
  FS Jarrod Wilson replaced Tashaun Gipson in the second half and was solid, including a big pass breakup on a downfield throw to Pittsburgh receiver Martavis Bryant with under five minutes left in the game. "It was a good opportunity to finally be out there playing the game and playing my role on defense," Wilson said. "Coming off the bench is always tough but being able to stay out there for more than 1-2 plays, it definitely helped me get a rhythm and into the flow pretty quickly."


Jan 16 2018 - Tommy Bohanon
  FB Tommy Bohanon sold his dive into the line only to break free into the end zone and make his first catch for a touchdown since the regular-season opener against Houston. The play covered 14 yards and restored the Jaguars' 14-point lead at 42-28.


Jan 16 2018 - Myles Jack
  LB Myles Jack had his first interception of the season when he cut in front of Steelers TE Vance McDonald, juggled the ball and then brought it in, getting his two feet down just inside the sideline marker. The pick led to an 18-yard TD run by Leonard Fournette on the next play.


Jan 16 2018 - Tashaun Gipson
  FS Tashaun Gipson suffered the most serious injury in the Pittsburgh game when he was sidelined in the second half with a foot injury. He left the game and did not return. Reports surfaced Monday that he was walking around the locker room with a boot on his foot.


Jan 15 2018 - Tashaun Gibson
  FS Tashaun Gibson left with a foot injury in the third quarter. He was replaced the remainder of the game by Jarrod Wilson.


Jan 15 2018 - Dante Fowler Jr.
  DE Dante Fowler Jr. left with a shoulder injury early in the fourth quarter. He was replaced for the remainder of the game by Lerentee McCray.


Jan 15 2018 - Marqise Lee
  WR Marqise Lee left in the first series with a foot injury, but returned on the next series.


Jan 15 2018 - Telvin Smith
  LB Telvin Smith returned a Ben Roethlisberger fumble, off a Yannick Ngakoue sack, 50 yards for a touchdown. The third defensive touchdown of the season by Smith gave Jacksonville a 28-7 lead with 2:20 left in the first half. Smith led the Jaguars' defense with 16 tackles (14 unassisted) and the fumble return for a touchdown.


Jan 15 2018 - Blake Bortles
  QB Blake Bortles completed 14-of-26 passes for 214 yards and one touchdown. He wasn't sacked and had no turnovers. "To be able to come here and do that against a team like Pittsburgh, it will never change for me. Everybody is in the NFL here. It's the highest level of football there is in the world. It's tough to say that someone is not a good player or is trash."



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