The Jaguars have five players that are listed as questionable on the official injury report heading into the team's first divisional matchup of the season. The Jaguars face the Tennessee Titans on Sunday, inside the friendly confines of TIAA Bank Field, where they've won seven straight games dating back to 2017. The Titans had the Jaguars number in 2017, winning both games against the Duval Boyz, but the Jaguars will look to turn the tide on Sunday.
The Jaguars have five players that are listed as questionable on their official injury report.
Jalen Ramsey is questionable with an ankle injury. A late add to Friday's injury update, Ramsey is still likely to play on Sunday. The Jaguars polarizing cornerback has been questionable entering many, many games for the Jaguars with an ankle injury designation, and played in nearly all of them. Unless more negative information is revealed about Ramsey's ankle I wouldn't worry too much about this one.
Leonard Fournette is also listed as questionable. He sustained a hamstring injury in the second quarter of the Jaguars week one victory over the Giants and hasn't played since. He returned to practice this week, albeit in a limited role, and appears ready to play Sunday. This after going through all the drills during the portion of practice open to the media on Friday.
TJ Yeldon missed practice earlier in the week and was limited on Friday with an ankle injury. His status for this one is truly up in the air. He didn't do any cutting during practice on Friday. With Leonard Fournette likely to return to the lineup plus Corey Grant and Brandon Wilds ready to play, it wouldn't be a huge surprise if the Jaguars held Yeldon out of this one. There's no point in rushing him back into the lineup with such a long season ahead.
AJ Cann was limited in practice with a triceps injury this week. In 2017 he missed a game due to the same injury designation. Whether or not the two injuries are related is unknown at this point, but Cann seems likely to play this weekend after practicing in a limited role throughout the week.
DJ Hayden was a late addition to the injury report with a toe injury. Whether or not he'll be able to play is a bit of a question. His limited role in practice Friday could be an indication that Hayden will be ready to go Sunday. Don't underestimate his worth - he's been dynamic in both of his games as the Jaguars starting nickel corner.
It seems as if most of, in not all, of these players will suit up Sunday. TJ Yeldon seems like he's in the most danger of missing the Jaguars chance at revenge against the Titans, but don't count him out yet.
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