The Jacksonville Jaguars have been regularly adding to their injury report over the last few weeks to start the season and this Monday isn't any different.
The team announced in a press conference this afternoon that safety Chris Prosinski will miss 2-4 weeks with an elbow injury. Ryan O'Halloran of the Florida Times-Union also reported that head coach Gus Bradley said he isn't expecting to have rookie wide receiver Marqise Lee to come back as soon as hoped.
#Jaguars not expected to have WR Marqise Lee at San Diego.
— Ryan O'Halloran (@ryanohalloran) September 22, 2014
There was some good news, however. Backup tight end Clay Harbor will be practicing on Wednesday and looks like a good possibility headed into Week 4.
Also, middle linebacker Paul Posluszny, who suffered a knee contusion on Sunday against the Indianapolis Colts, will be evaluated on Wednesday as to whether or not he can practice, but Bradley didn't seem worried.