It was a busy Friday surrounding the Jaguars as they look to win their first playoff game since 2007 this weekend.
Marqise Lee (ankle) is officially listed as questionable for the Jaguars. He returned to practice in a limited capacity on Friday. He is expected to play Sunday and his head coach Doug Marrone said after practice that Lee looked better than expected. If Lee can have an impact for the Jaguars on Sunday it could greatly help the offense find their groove after an abysmal performance by the offense in week 17.
TJ Yeldon (illness) is also listed as questionable. He's been the Jaguars second back behind Leonard Fournette in recent weeks. Chris Ivory was a healthy scratch last week, but could see a quite a bit of play against the Bills.
On the other side of things the Bills are dealing with several injuries of their own. The most important injury for either squad is LeSean McCoy's ankle. He's questionable after being limited in practice Friday. If McCoy is unable to play at a high level Sunday then the odds will be stacked against the Bills.
Also questionable for the Bills are WR Deonte Thompson (shoulder), who leads the Bills WR group in catches with 27, LB Matt Milano (hamstring), OT Jordan Mills (ankle), and backup QB Joe Webb (ankle).
Bills CB Shareese Wright is out with a concussion.
JAGUARS NAMED TO ALL PRO TEAM
Jaguars CB Jalen Ramsey and DE Calais Campbell were both named First Team All Pro by the Associated Press. Both players had huge impacts this season. Jalen Ramsey was as good as they come in 2017, while Campbell set the Jaguars all time sack record.
CB AJ Bouye and LB Telvin Smith were both named second team All Pro, as was Calais Campbell (this time as a DT). Bouye led the team in interception with six and allowed the lowest passer rating in coverage of any player in the NFL this year. Telvin Smith was the heart and soul of the Jaguars defense, leading the team in tackles and routinely making game breaking plays in 2017.
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