Texans Vs. Jaguars Injury Report: Jacksonville Banged Up

The Jacksonville Jaguars are coming into their Week 2 game against the Houston Texans all banged up. There are five Jacksonville players who are listed as out, and two other are questionable. The big blow to injuries come at the offensive line for Jacksonville as starter Cameron Bradfield is out with an ankle injury, and Eben Britton is questionable and did not practice all week.

With the Jaguars offensive line depleted, they will have to shuffle people around, and by doing that they will have a difficult time stopping the stout Texans defense.

The Jaguars will also be without backup running back Rashad Jennings, and that is big since Maurice Jones-Drew held out of training camp, and has not practiced too much with the team.

NAME POSITION INJURY WED. THU. FRI. GAME STATUS
Cameron Bradfield OL Ankle DNP DNP DNP Out
Eben Britton OL Ankle DNP DNP DNP Questionable
Derek Cox CB Hamstring LP LP LP Questionable
Mike Harris CB Hamstring FP FP FP Probable
Rashad Jennings RB Knee DNP DNP DNP Out
Austen Lane DE Foot DNP DNP DNP Out
Uche Nwaneri G/C Ankle FP FP FP Probable
George Selvie DE Knee DNP DNP DNP Out
Daryl Smith LB Groin DNP DNP DNP Out

For more on the Texans, be sure to visit Battle Red Blog and stay tuned to SB Nation Houston. For coverage of the Jaguars, check out Big Cat Country.

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