Jacksonville Jaguars cornerback Dwayne Gratz is still in the NFL's concussion program as of Monday afternoon, according to head coach Gus Bradley at his afternoon press conference. Gratz left the San Diego game after a nasty looking fall that looked as if it could be a serious neck injury, but it was a concussion, which forced him to miss all of practice last week and Sunday's game against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Linebacker Paul Posluszny left Sunday's game early holding his arm in what looked like it could be a serious arm injury, but according to Bradley it's just a contusion and he should be available for practice on Wednesday.
On the Marqise Lee front, Bradley noted that he was running on Monday and could practice on Wednesday in a limited capacity, which should help bolster the young receiving group if he can play on Sunday. Lee has been good this season on the shorter passing routes and picking up yards after the catch.