JAGUARS INJURY REPORT
QB Blake Bortles, Full Participant, Wrist
CB AJ Bouye, Full Participant, Illness
RB TJ Yeldon, Full Participant, Hamstring
C Brandon Linder, Limited Participant, Knee
DT Abry Jones, Full Participant, Knee
CB Jalen Ramsey, Did Not Participate, Ankle - Questionable
S Calvin Pryor, Did Not Participate, Ankle - Out
The Jaguars have only one major injury concern heading into week two against the Titans - and it's perhaps their best player. CB Jalen Ramsey has been battling what seems to be a minor ankle injury, but ankles can be tricky. Early on in the season it might be better to rest the star CB in order to avoid further damage. However, this is the most important game for the Jaguars in nearly a decade, and despite it being just week two this one has major playoff implications. Recently acquired safety Calvin Pryor has been ruled out, while everyone else on the injury report is expected to play.
TITANS INJURY REPORT
LB Wesley Woodyard, Full Participant, Illness
CB LeShaun Sims, Full Participant, Groin
DT Jurrell Casey, Full Participant, Back
CB Tye Smith, Did Not Participate, Hand - Out
SS Johnathan Cyprien, Did Not Participate, Hamstring - Out
The Titans will be close to full strength. They too, will be without a starter in the secondary. Former Jaguar Johnathan Cyprien will miss out on his return to Jacksonville after suffering a hamstring injury in the Titans week one loss to the Raiders. For the Jaguars sake, this may be more of a negative than a positive - Cyprien was awful prior to sustaining his injury in week one. They'll also be without CB Tye Smith, who was a depth player. So, the Titans will have all their key piece when they take on the Jaguars this Sunday at the Bank.
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