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 Latest Jaguars Player Notes
Nov 20 2017 - Josh Wells
  T Josh Wells started at right tackle for the Jaguars in place of Jermey Parnell. Parnell was inactive with a knee injury after being listed as questionable Friday.


Nov 20 2017 - Leonard Fournette
  RB Leonard Fournette slugged his way to 111 rushing yards Sunday.


Nov 17 2017 - Dawuane Smoot
  DE Dawuane Smoot was back at practice on Thursday on a limited basis after missing Wednesday's practice due to a knee injury.


Nov 17 2017 - Blair Brown
  LB Blair Brown returned to practice Thursday on a limited basis due to a hamstring injury. He was limited in Wednesday's practice.


Nov 17 2017 - Leonard Fournette
  RB Leonard Fournette was still listed as limited in Thursday's practice with an ankle injury. He indicated in the locker room after practice that he would be playing although he wasn't looking forward to the weather forecast (low 30s, snow). He said, "I'm not for playing in the snow or cold. I'm just trying to get my mind ready for that. I hate the cold, period. I sleep in heat, that's just how I grew up. Mentally, I'm trying to get my mind ready."


Nov 17 2017 - Lerentee McCray
  LB Lerentee McCray returned to practice on a full basis Thursday after he was limited in Wednesday's workouts.


Nov 17 2017 - Allen Hurns
  WR Allen Hurns missed his second straight day of practice due to a sprained ankle. He's likely out for Sunday's game against the Browns.


Nov 17 2017 - Arrelious Benn
  WR Arrelious Benn did not practice on Thursday due to a knee injury. Benn did practice on Wednesday on a limited basis.


Nov 17 2017 - Jermey Parnell
  T Jermey Parnell did not practice again on Thursday, still rehabbing his injured ankle. Parnell missed last week's game against the Chargers.


Nov 17 2017 - Patrick Omameh
  OL Patrick Omameh missed his second straight day of practice due to a quadriceps injury.


Nov 17 2017 - Marqise Lee
  WR Marqise Lee returned to practice on Thursday after sitting out the day before due to a knee injury. Lee returned on a limited basis.


Nov 16 2017 - Dede Westbrook
  WR Dede Westbrook has great expectations heading into his potential NFL debut on Sunday against the winless Cleveland Browns. Westbrook, who could be activated off injured reserve this week following core muscle surgery, offered the following to "Teal & Black Blitz" on SportsRadio 930 Wednesday: "My expectations are high," Westbrook said. "I always set the standard high for myself. For me, and this has nothing to do with the Cleveland Browns at all, but my expectation is a 200-yard receiving game. Of course that's going to come with me and Blake (Bortles) being on the same page most of the game, but at the end of the day, that's the expectations that I have for myself this weekend."


Nov 15 2017 - Lerentee McCray
  LB Lerentee McCray who is used on most of the Jaguars special teams was limited in Wednesday's practice with a foot injury.


Nov 15 2017 - Dede Westbrook
  WR Dede Westbrook practiced in full on Wednesday and could be activated from injured reserve for Sunday's game with the Browns.


Nov 15 2017 - Marcedes Lewis
  TE Marcedes Lewis was limited in Wednesday's practice due to a knee injury.


Nov 15 2017 - Leonard Fournette
  RB Leonard Fournette was limited in Wednesday's practice due to an ankle injury.


Nov 15 2017 - Allen Hurns
  WR Allen Hurns did not practice on Wednesday due to a sprained ankle he suffered in the final minute of regulation last Sunday against the Chargers.


Nov 15 2017 - Jermey Parnell
  T Jeremy Parnell was held out of practice on Wednesday due to a knee injury he suffered in the closing minute of the win over the Cincinnati Bengals. Parnell did not play last week against the Chargers.


Nov 15 2017 - Marqise Lee
  WR Marqise Lee did not practice on Wednesday due to a knee injury that has limited his practices dating back to mid-October.


Nov 15 2017 - Paul Posluszny
  LB Paul Posluszny has never played on a winning team in his previous 10 NFL seasons. The Jaguars are 6-3 and headed for a possible winning record, but Posluszny won't look that far ahead. "We're only concerned about getting our seventh win this Sunday at Cleveland. As (head) coach (Doug) Marrone said the other day, six wins won't get you anything in the NFL. So we're just taking it one game at a time, looking for that seventh win this week."


Nov 15 2017 - Patrick Omameh
  G Patrick Omameh played the first half against the Chargers, but then pulled himself out of the game in the second half when he realized that his knee injury wouldn't allow him to play at full strength. Omameh was listed as questionable last Friday due to the knee injury, but he was cleared and started the game. "I think sometimes you don't know until you get them out there and they start playing, so I think it's difficult," head coach Doug Marrone said. "Obviously the decision during the week was we thought he would be OK. Then when you go out there and you start watching him perform, you just have to make sure you make an adjustment. I would much rather players try, and I give Pat credit, he pulled himself out." Omameh did not practice Wednesday.


Nov 13 2017 - Blake Bortles
  QB Blake Bortles completed 11-of-12 passes (91.7 percent) in the first half against the Chargers. That is Bortles' highest passing completion for a half in his 55-game NFL career. He finished the first half with a passer rating of 92.7.


Nov 13 2017 - Jalen Ramsey
  CB Jalen Ramsey registered two more passes defensed against the Chargers to increase his season total to 13. That number is tied for the most in the NFL this season. Ramsey has six passes defensed since Dec. 1, 26 (14 games), the most in the NFL over that span.


Nov 13 2017 - Corey Grant
  RB Corey Grant scored a touchdown for the third time this year on a fake punt return. Grant first did it against New England in a preseason game, then went 58 yards on a direct snap in punt formation against Baltimore in a game played in London. His latest fourth-down keeper against the Chargers covered 56 yards and was only successful after Grant broke free from a tackle behind the line of scrimmage. Grant has now posted two career runs of over 50 yards on fourth-down plays (both this season), which equals the total for all other active NFL players combined.


Nov 13 2017 - A.J. Bouye
  CB A.J. Bouye's interception in overtime was his third of the season and ninth of his career. He returned it to the 2-yard line where after a taunting penalty and three runs, the Jaguars kicked the game-winning field goal. It was the fourth time in Jaguars history that they had recorded an interception in overtime and the first since Nov. 18, 2012 when Derek Cox picked off a pass in a loss to Houston.


Nov 13 2017 - Tyler Shatley
  OL Tyler Shatley took over the snapping duties on field-goal situations after normal long snapper Matt Overton went out with a shoulder injury in the third quarter. This was Shatley's first time snapping in a game as he had never snapped in high school or college.


Nov 13 2017 - T.J. Yeldon
  RB T.J. Yeldon, who is listed behind Chris Ivory, had three carries for 11 yards and caught six passes for 39 yards.


Nov 13 2017 - Chris Ivory
  RB Chris Ivory was as ineffective as Leonard Fournette was against the Chargers. Ivory had just one run for 1 yard and caught one pass that lost 5 yards.


Nov 13 2017 - Brad Nortman
  P Brad Nortman had a strong day kicking the ball. He finished with nine punts and a 47.9 average, 42.3 net average. He had three punts land inside the 20 and had a long of 61yards.


Nov 13 2017 - Leonard Fournette
  RB Leonard Fournette struggled throughout Sunday's game, his first action for the Jaguars after missing the team's last two games due to an injury and being inactive (violation of team rules). In the second half against the Chargers, Fournette gained just 12 yards on eight carries and during one stretch was not on the field for three consecutive Jaguars drives. When asked about why Fournette didn't play during that time, head coach Doug Marrone said, "Nothing crazy. He was limping a little bit."


Nov 13 2017 - Jermey Parnell
  RT Jermey Parnell was inactive for the game, missing his first start of the season. Parnell suffered a knee injury on the next-to-last play of the Cincinnati Bengals game the week before.


Nov 13 2017 - Josh Lambo
  K Josh Lambo tried to downplay the feeling he had after kicking the winning field goal in overtime against his former team, the Los Angeles Chargers. Lambo appeared in 32 games from 2015-16 for the Chargers where he made 52-of-64 field goals and added 70 extra points. Lambo joined the Chargers as a rookie free agent in 2015 and was released during roster reductions on Sept. 2 this year


Nov 13 2017 - Blake Bortles
  QB lake Bortles completed 28 of 51 passes for 273 yards, with a touchdown and two picks.


Nov 13 2017 - Leonard Fournette
  RB Leonard Fournette was held to 33 yards on 17 carries.


Nov 13 2017 - A.J. Bouye
  CB A.J. Bouye intercepted a pass by Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers in overtime after Jacksonville opened the extra session with a punt to the Los Angeles 10-yard line. Rivers threw deep and Bouye out-fought receiver Travis Benjamin to grab the ball and return it 51 yards to the Los Angeles 2-yard line. The interception was the first that Rivers has thrown against the Jaguars in his last five meetings.


Nov 13 2017 - Josh Lambo
  PK Josh Lambo connected on a 34-yard field goal with three seconds left in the fourth quarter to tie the score at 17 and send it to overtime. He then ended the Chargers' chances for a fourth victory in five games by hitting the winning 30-yard field goal in overtime. Lambo kicked for the Chargers before being cut at the end of the preseason. He hit a game-winner last year for the Chargers over Atlanta. The Jaguars signed Lambo on Oct. 17. The game-winner Sunday was tipped at the line by Chargers safety Adrian Phillips, but still had enough to go across at a low trajectory. "They sure did (block it), but it doesn't matter how they go through, just as long as they do," Lambo said. "They all count the same."


Nov 8 2017 - Marqise Lee
  WR Marqise Lee did not practice on Wednesday due to a knee injury. Lee practiced only one day last week, on Friday, on a limited basis but was able to play in Sunday's game against Cincinnati. Lee has not practiced in full since Oct. 13, but has not missed a game due to his injuries, first a rib injury and now a knee problem.


Nov 8 2017 - Marcell Dareus
  DT Marcell Dareus was added to the injury report on Wednesday. Dareus missed practice due to an unspecified illness.


Nov 8 2017 - Blake Bortles
  QB Blake Bortles reflected on his beliefs about the trash talking that goes on in NFL games. "I think it's definitely a reflection of the type of person you are based on how far you take it. I can't speak for anybody else," Bortles said. "I know for me, personally, anything that came with trash talking, whatever you said about me I would chalk up to trash talking and take it no further than that, but I'm sure other guys take it more personally."


Nov 8 2017 - Arrelious Benn
  WR Arrelious Benn was limited in Wednesday's practice due to a groin injury.


Nov 8 2017 - Patrick Omameh
  LG Patrick Omameh was on the injury report with a knee issue suffered in Sunday's game with the Bengals. Omameh was limited in Wednesday's practice.


Nov 8 2017 - Jermey Parnell
  RT Jermey Parnell suffered a knee injury in the closing minute of the Cincinnati game on Sunday. He was limited in practice on Wednesday.


Nov 8 2017 - Brandon Linder
  C Brandon Linder will return to his normal position at center after playing the entire game at right guard last Sunday. But head coach Doug Marrone said that Linder could move back to guard if A.J. Cann is not ready to go this week.


Nov 8 2017 - Jaydon Mickens
  WR Jaydon Mickens earned AFC Special Teams Player of the Week honors after he returned a punt 63 yards for a touchdown in the 23-7 win against the Cincinnati Bengals.


Nov 6 2017 - Josh Lambo
  K Josh Lambo converted a 56-yard field goal on Sunday, tying for the third longest in franchise history. Lambo tied the distance that Jason Myers made last year against Tennessee. Lambo replaced Myers as the Jaguars' kicker three weeks ago.


Nov 6 2017 - Jaydon Mickens
  KR Jaydon Mickens' 63-yard punt return for a touchdown was the sixth career punt return for a TD in franchise history and the first since WR Rashad Greene did it against Indianapolis on Dec. 13, 2015.


Nov 6 2017 - Calais Campbell
  DE Calais Campbell recorded another sack in Sunday's game and now has a career-best and NFL-leading 11.0 sacks this season. Campbell's previous season best was 9.0 in 2013.


Nov 6 2017 - Barry Church
  SS Barry Church was covering Cincinnati tight end Tyler Kroft when Church collided with teammate Myles Jack. That left Kroft open to grab a pass and race 59 yards to the Jaguars 19-yard line before he was tackled. That catch represented 40 percent of the Bengals' 148 yards of total offense in the game.


Nov 6 2017 - Brad Nortman
  P Brad Nortman only had two punts on Sunday, but one was a 62-yard effort but with the ball rolling into the end zone, he only received a net credit of 42 yards. His other effort was 32 yards, giving him a 37.0 net average.


Nov 6 2017 - Abry Jones
  NT Abry Jones had just one tackle in Sunday's game against Cincinnati, but drew praise from head coach Doug Marrone. "I thought Abry Jones probably played his best game from a run defense standpoint. I was happy to see that," Marrone said.



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