The Jacksonville Jaguars returned to practice on Saturday following their Thursday night preseason loss to the Baltimore Ravens. The Jaguars have dealt with plenty of injurys on the offensive line, but in a bit of good news received two of their starters back to practice.
Left tackle Eugene Monroe and guard Will Rackley both returned to practice Saturday after missing the past few weeks of practice. Monroe had suffered a "head" injury and missed the past two games, while Rackley had suffered a high ankle sprain in training camp and has yet to play in the preseason.
Starting linebacker Daryl Smith, who's been battling a groin injury, also returned to practice.
Missing from practice on Saturday however were the following players, via Mark Long of the AP:
Derek Cox, Mike Harris, Courtney Greene, Leigh Torrence, Brock Bolen, Clint Session, John Estes, Drew Nowak, Jason Spitz, Odrick Ray, Matt Veldman, Zach Miller, George Selvie, Austen Lane, and John Chick.
In some good news defensive end Aaron Morgan, who was carted off the field with an ankle injury Thursday, returned to practice.