Jacksonville Jaguars Injury Report, Week 11: Terrance Knighton Likely Out Vs. Browns

The Jacksonville Jaguars were able to return the majority of their players to practice on Thursday, at least on a limited basis, as they get set to face the Cleveland Browns. Unfortunately for the visiting Jaguars, however, starting defensive tackle Terrance Knighton was not one of those players.

Knighton hasn't made much of an impact on the box score this season, but his depth will be missed as C.J. Mosley moves into the starting lineup.

Jaguars' defensive tackle Terrance Knighton, who missed the first game of his career in Indianapolis last week, is likely to miss his second game Sunday in Cleveland.

"You've got to be smart about it," Knighton said of the need to let the deep bone bruise in his ankle heal.

The rest of the Jaguars injury report for Thursday is included below.


NAME POSITION INJURY WED. THU. FRI. GAME STATUS
Alualu, Tyson DT Not injury related LP FP - -
Bolen, Brock FB/RB Calf LP LP - -
Chick, John DE Abdomen DNP LP - -
Jones, Greg FB Not injury related DNP FP - -
Jones-Drew, Maurice RB Not injury related LP FP - -
Kampman, Aaron DE Hamstring DNP LP - -
Knighton, Terrance DT Ankle DNP DNP - -
Robiskie, Brian WR Hamstring LP LP - -
Shorts III, Cecil WR/RS Hamstring LP FP - -

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