June 12, 2012; Jacksonville FL, USA; Jacksonville Jaguars tackle Eugene Monroe (75) during minicamp at Florida Blue Health & Wellness Practice Fields. Mandatory Credit: Phil Sears-US PRESSWIRE
Jacksonville Jaguars left tackle Eugene Monroe left practice on Wednesday after suffering a blow to the head. The Jaguars have been crushed on the offensive line with injuries so far in training camp with starting left guard Will Rackley out, back up guard Jason Spitz out, back up center John Estes out, and now potentially starting left tackle Eugene Monroe.
Before Monroe left the field, Cameron Bradfield had been tacking reps at right tackle with Eben Britton filling in at guard due to injuries. When Monroe left, Bradfield kicked over to the left side with Daniel Baldridge taking over at the right tackle position.
Monroe reportedly could have some concussion tests, but the extent of his injury is not yet known nor is his status for Friday evening's game against the New Orleans Saints. If Monroe indeed has a concussion and has to miss more than a week or so, that will really put a strain on the Jaguars offense.