Jaguars Injury Report, Week 12: Jags Down Two Defensive Starters

The Jacksonville Jaguars will be without two starting starting defenders in Terrance Knighton and Matt Roth. Knighton is out with an ankle injury and has missed the past two weeks and now it will be a third this week. In Knighton's place the Jaguars will play C.J. Mosley and Nate Collins. Roth is out with a concussion that he suffered in the second half of last weeks game against the Tennessee TitansAaron Kampman will be starting place in place of Roth at defensive end.

DID NOT PARTICIPATE IN PRACTICE: Cornerback Derek Cox (knee, out), defensive tackle Terrance Knighton (ankle, out), defensive end Matt Roth (concussion, out).

LIMITED PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE: Defensive end Aaron Kampman (hamstring, questionable).

FULL PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE: Running back Brock Bolen (calf, probable), defensive end John Chick (abdomen, probable), wide receiver Brian Robiskie (hamstring, probable), wide receiver Cecil Shorts (hamstring, probable) and tackle Guy Whimper (thigh, probable).

For more on the Jaguars, check out Big Cat Country.

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