A source tells the Times Union that the Jaguars are "comfortable" giving Will Rackley a shot at winning the starting left guard job.
Jaguars placed LG Will Rackley (ankle) on injured reserve, ending his season.
Jaguars LG Will Rackley suffered a setback in his recovery from a high ankle sprain and is out indefinitely.
Jaguars LG Will Rackley (high-ankle sprain) returned to practice on Saturday.
Jaguars coach Mike Mularkey says LG Will Rackley will miss the next 3-4 weeks with a high right ankle sprain.
Jaguars LG Will Rackley was spotted on crutches and unable to put any weight on his right ankle after going down in Tuesday's camp practice.
Will Rackley worked as the Jaguars' starting left guard throughout offseason practices.
Third-rounder Will Rackley has beaten out veteran Jason Spitz for the Jaguars' starting left guard job.
Third-round rookie OG Will Rackley is in the mix for a starting job.
Jags GM Gene Smith suggested that third-rounder Will Rackley could be tried at center as well as guard this year.
Jaguars traded up with the 49ers to select Lehigh G/T Will Rackley with the No. 76 overall pick in the 2010 NFL draft.
Lehigh G/T Will Rackley was charged with just three sacks allowed in 40 career college starts.
Eight NFL teams sent their offensive line coaches to Lehigh G/T Will Rackley's Pro Day late last week.
Lehigh G/T Will Rackley did not participate in drills at the Combine Saturday due to a left hip flexor injury.