Jacksonville Jaguars Injury Report, Week 11: Defensive Linemen Hurting

The Jacksonville Jaguars are relatively healthy heading into their Week 11 match-up with the Cleveland Browns, but Maurice Jones-Drew's team looks to be a bit shorthanded on the defensive side of the football. The Jaguars first injury report of the week showed three defensive lineman out with injury.

Starting defensive tackle Terrance Knighton missed practice as he continues to deal with an ankle injury a couple of weeks ago while defensive ends Aaron Kampmann and John Chick were also out due to injury. A fourth defensive lineman, Tyson Alualu, was absent as well - though he was not out due to injury.

The Jaguars entire injury report is included below.

NAME POSITION INJURY WED. THU. FRI. GAME STATUS
Chick, John DE Abdomen DNP - - -
Jones, Greg FB Not injury related DNP - - -
Kampman, Aaron DE Hamstring DNP - - -
Knighton, Terrance DT Ankle DNP - - -
Alualu, Tyson DT Not injury related LP - - -
Bolen, Brock FB/RB Calf LP - - -
Jones-Drew, Maurice RB Not injury related LP - - -
Robiskie, Brian WR Hamstring LP - - -
Shorts III, Cecil WR/RS Hamstring LP - - -
    Of note, Greg Jones reportedly was at a memorial service for boxing great Joe Frazier, a distant cousin.

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