The Jaguars released their estimated Wednesday injury report this afternoon. It's being labeled "estimated" because the Jaguars weren't able to practice on Wednesday due to Hurricane Dorian's impact on Florida's northeast coast.
Here's what we have on the injury front heading into the first week of the regular season.
Players that appeared on the injury report would have been full participants in practice: QB Nick Foles (oblique), WR Marqise Lee (knee), LB Quincy Williams (knee), LT Cam Robinson (knee)
Players that would have been limited: DE Lerentee McCray (ankle), LB DJ Alexander (hamstring), DT Marcell Dareus (elbow)
Players that would not have participated: OT Cedric Ogbuehi (hamstring), TE Josh Oliver (hamstring)
There are some interesting tidbits in here.
Nick Foles is dealing with oblique soreness in his abdomen. It's not thought to be a long term issue or something that will cause him to miss time in the future.
Marqise Lee was listed as a full participant, which means he should be in line to play and start against the Chiefs on Sunday. It's a stark turnaround for a guy coming back from a catastrophic knee injury just a year ago.
Cam Robinson also had a knee reconstruction surgery following a torn ACL in week two of the 2018 regular season. He played in the Jaguars third preseason game and has shown no signs of being unable to perform.
Quincy Williams had a minor knee procedure just over a month ago. He too has been practicing fully and will be a full-go against the Chiefs.
All three players that would have been limited appear likely to take the field on Sunday. We'll keep an eye on them throughout the week.
As for Cedric Ogbuehi and Josh Oliver, who are both dealing with hamstring injuries, it's unclear if they'll be able to return to the practice field in time to be ready for Sunday. Ogbuehi is the team's primary backup at offensive tackle, so his absence would leave the club with little to no depth at tackle. Oliver, while very talented, is a backup tight end. The Jaguars shouldn't be limited when it comes to game planning without him on the field.
Stay tuned for more!
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