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Leonard Fournette was "OK" and able to drive home following a Tuesday fender bender.

The story had some currency on social media, but seems barely worth reporting. We will update the situation if it somehow affects Fournette's practice status.
Jan 16 - 1:14 PM

Impending free agent Allen Robinson (ACL) expects to be healthy and able to pass a physical before free agency opens in March.

Robinson was able to undergo surgery just days after tearing his left ACL in Week 1, suggesting the injury was a clean tear. Even though it is unlikely he will be 100 percent by the time free agency opens on March 14, this injury should not seriously damage his market. Robinson is likely looking for something close to the four-year, $58 million deal Davante Adams signed with the Packers in December.
Jan 15 - 12:09 PM

Tashaun Gipson exited the Divisional Round win over the Steelers with a foot injury.

Gipson suffered the injury in the second half and never returned. The safety was spotted with a boot on his right foot Monday, but he said he will suit up this week. Jarrod Wilson played well in his place -- he broke up a pass downfield late in the game -- but the Jaguars will need Gipson when they head to New England on Sunday.
Jan 15 - 10:04 AM

Allen Hurns caught 1-of-2 targets for 12 yards in the Jaguars' Divisional Round win over the Steelers.

He tied Keelan Cole for third among Jaguars wideouts in targets; Marqise Lee led the way with six, and Dede Westbrook saw three. Hurns is the Jags' full-time slot receiver, a position against which the Patriots struggled down the stretch.
Jan 14 - 5:26 PM

Keelan Cole caught 1-of-2 targets for 45 yards in the Jaguars' Divisional Round win over the Steelers.

Cole was catch-less until the fourth quarter, when he skied to reel in a 45-yard bomb from Blake Bortles, setting up Leonard Fournette’s third touchdown of the game. Cole's two targets tied Allen Hurns for third amongst Jaguars wide receivers; Marqise Lee led the way with six, and Dede Westbrook drew three.
Jan 14 - 5:23 PM

Dede Westbrook caught 1-of-3 targets for eight yards in the Jaguars' Divisional Round win over the Steelers.

Ten different Jaguars caught passes in this game, but no individual Jag topped three catches as Blake Bortles spread the ball around. Despite playing the most snaps in Jacksonville’s wideout corps, Westbrook was largely a non-factor in a run-heavy game; the Jags finished with 35 rushing attempts compared to 26 passes. The Jags will likely need more from Westbrook when they visit Foxboro in the AFC Championship game.
Jan 14 - 5:21 PM

Marqise Lee caught 3-of-6 targets for 28 yards in the Jaguars' Divisional Round win over the Steelers.

Lee recorded a 13-yard gain off play action on Jacksonville’s opening drive, but aggravated a foot injury on the play. Lee did return on the next possession and was targeted on a deep post in the second quarter, but Steelers CB Joe Haden and SS Mike Mitchell had good coverage. Lee's other two catches went for short gains. The Jaguars will likely need more from Lee to pose a competitive challenge for the Patriots in next week's AFC title game.
Jan 14 - 5:19 PM

T.J. Yeldon rushed five times for 20 yards and a touchdown and caught 3-of-3 targets for 57 yards in the Jaguars' Divisional Round win over the Steelers.

The Jaguars gave Leonard Fournette a second-quarter breather and Yeldon handled back-to-back carries in scoring position, hitting pay dirt on the second from four yards out. With Chris Ivory inactive, Yeldon took over as the Jags’ feature back for most of the second quarter after Fournette aggravated his longstanding ankle injury. Fournette returned to begin the second half, pushing Yeldon back into change-of-pace work. Yeldon contributed one of Jacksonville’s longest completions on a 40-yard swing pass in the fourth quarter. A serviceable role player, Yeldon has settled in as the Jaguars' best option at No. 2 running back behind Fournette. If Fournette's ankle acts up at all during the forthcoming practice week, Yeldon could see increased usage in Week 20 against the Patriots.
Jan 14 - 5:15 PM

Blake Bortles completed 14-of-26 passes for 214 yards and a touchdown and rushed five times for 35 yards in the Jaguars' Divisional Round upset win over the Steelers.

He committed zero turnovers and took zero sacks. The Jaguars focused on the running game and high-percentage completions for Bortles, who handed off three times to Leonard Fournette for touchdowns and got his own on a 14-yard scoring pass to FB Tommy Bohanon. Bortles’ best throw came on a 45-yard bomb to Keelan Cole deep down the middle in the second half. After an abysmal showing in the Wild Card Round, Bortles rebounded for a much more composed performance supplemented by productive scrambles that kept the chains moving. The Jaguars now visit Foxboro for the AFC Championship.
Jan 14 - 5:12 PM

Leonard Fournette rushed 25 times for 109 yards and three touchdowns and caught 2-of-4 targets for ten yards in the Jaguars' Divisional Round upset win over the Steelers, 45-42.

Fournette got Jacksonville on the board first with a leaping goal-line score on fourth down to cap an eight-play opening drive. He put the Jags up 14-0 on an explosive sideline run to the house from 18 yards out. Fournette badly tweaked his long-troublesome ankle at the end of a ten-yard reception early in the second frame, only to return on the Jags’ first second-half drive, presumably after a painkilling injection. Although Fournette’s efficiency dipped in the final two quarters, he helped seal the win with a third touchdown on a goal-line score following Keelan Cole’s 45-yard bomb. Fournette’s health will be worth monitoring ahead of the AFC title game in New England.
Jan 14 - 4:28 PM

Leonard Fournette (ankle) returned to the Jaguars' lineup to begin the second half of Sunday's Divisional Round game at Pittsburgh.

Fournette appeared to suffer a severe aggravation of his longstanding right ankle injury on a ten-yard reception in the second quarter. He presumably got a painkilling shot at halftime and has reentered the game.
Jan 14 - 3:02 PM

Leonard Fournette exited Sunday's Divisional Round game after aggravating his right ankle injury in the second quarter at Pittsburgh.

Fournette got Jacksonville on the board first with a leaping goal-line score on fourth down to cap an eight-play opening drive. He put the Jags up 14-0 on an explosive sideline run to the house from 18 yards out. Fournette badly tweaked his long-troublesome ankle at the end of a 10-yard reception in the second frame, however, and he could put almost no weight on the limb en route to the locker room. If this is it for his game, Fournette finishes with a 12/82/2 rushing line and 1/10/0 receiving. The Jaguars' run game gashed the Steelers in the first half.
Jan 14 - 2:10 PM

Jaguars declared RB Chris Ivory, DT Eli Ankou, LB Deon King, WR Jaydon Mickens, OL William Poehls, OL Chris Reed and OL Josh Walker inactive for Sunday's Divisional Round game against the Steelers.

Ivory was not listed on the injury report, which means he's a healthy scratch. T.J. Yeldon will back up Leonard Fournette, who rushed for a career-high 181 yards when these teams squared off in Week 5. Blair Brown, who had been questionable with an ankle injury, is active for Jacksonville.
Jan 14 - 11:36 AM

Keelan Cole was held without a catch on one target in the Jaguars' Wild Card win over the Bills.

Blake Bortles "generated" 87 yards on 23 attempts, torpedoing the Jaguars' passing attack. Things could get even tougher in the Divisional Round against Pittsburgh.
Jan 7 - 5:35 PM

Dede Westbrook caught 5-of-8 targets for 48 yards in the Jaguars' Wild Card win over the Bills.

Westbrook was the Jaguars' leading receiver on a day where Blake Bortles could muster just 87 yards. Things aren't going to get any easier against the Steelers in the Divisional Round.
Jan 7 - 5:34 PM


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