The Jaguars, to this point, have stayed relatively healthy on the defensive side of the ball. But on offense it's been a different story.
With Thanksgiving week altering the Jaguars practice schedule this week, the team took the field for Tuesday practice.
Five players for the Jaguars were held out the team portion of practice.
Allen Hurns, who is still in a walking boot after suffering an ankle injury near the end of regulation during the Jaguars dramatic week ten win over the Chargers, was not able to participate. But Hurns did appear to be moving well without crutches.
Four other players worked off on a separate field away from the rest of the team.
The team's starting right tackle Jermey Parnell, who has been battling a knee injury, worked with left guard Patrick Omameh (quad), reserve linebacker/special teamer Donald Payne (hamstring), and rookie reserve linebacker Blair Brown (hamstring) on the separate field.
The Jaguars offensive line was again serviceable in week 11 against the Browns, in spite of the constant shuffling due to injury. The Jags would certainly like to get the services of Jermey Parnell, who is by far the team's best right tackle, back as they travel to Arizona.
Patrick Omameh, has been the team's starting left guard for the better part of two seasons now, but Chris Reed may have earned himself the starting job moving forward with his week 11 performance against the Browns.
Payne and Brown both participate on special teams and will be missed in that regard if they can't play against the Cards.
Stay tuned for all the latest injury updates.
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