Jaguars injury report: Jacksonville the walking wounded

Jason O. Watson

The Jacksonville Jaguars went from getting almost fully healthy to once again a banged up football team on Sunday against the Oakland Raiders.

The Jacksonville Jaguars will be without running back Maurice Jones-Drew on Sunday against the Green Bay Packers and head coach Mike Mularkey has already once again ruled out safety Dwight Lowery, but those may not be the only players the Jaguars will be without.

Cornerback Rashean Mathis also suffered a groin injury against the Oakland Raiders and offensive lineman Uche Nwaneri suffered knee and ankle injuries, but played through them for much of the game. The team also saw special teams ace and back up running back Montell Owens suffer a shoulder injury.

Quarterback Blaine Gabbert suffered a shoulder injury on Sunday and reportedly was still very sore on Monday morning, but head coach Mike Mularkey state he will try to practice on Wednesday and the team will re-evaluate where Gabbert is at from there.

To add to it, wide receiver Laurent Robinson still hasn't passed his concussion baseline test and linebacker Daryl Smith still isn't where the team would like him to be in his recovery from a groin injury. Smith tried to practice last week, but missed practice on Thursday and Friday before being ruled out of the game against the Raiders.

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