The Jacksonville Jaguars are set to enter the playoffs for the first time since 2007.
As they prepare themselves to take on the Buffalo Bills the Jaguars are nursing some injuries.
Let's take a look.
Cam Robinson and Abry Jones both missed the Jaguars week 17 matchup with the Titans, but both players returned to practice on Wednesday, albeit in a limited capacity.
Cam Robinson, the team's starting left tackle, is battling through an abdomen injury but thinks he'll be good to go this Sunday. If Robinson is able to return this week and play at his usual level, then the Jaguars could find more success on the ground than they have in recent weeks. He'll also help out in pass protection.
Abry Jones, a key piece of the Jaguars dominant defensive line, also practiced while battling through a back injury. The Jaguars will need Abry to help clog running lanes in this one, especially in Bills star RB LeSean McCoy is able to play through an ankle sprain.
Missing from practice today were Marqise Lee (ankle), Marcedes Lewis (ankle), and Donald Payne (quadricep). Lee is a key cog in the Jaguars offense and will be missed if he is unable to go against the Bills. Marcedes Lewis has made a bigger impact than expected as a receiving threat this season for the Jaguars and is the team's best blocker at tight end. Donald Payne is a special teamer and backup linebacker whose contributions will also be missed if he is unable to play.
All other Jaguars were full participants in practice today.
Stay tuned for more!
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