Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Gus Bradley addressed the media for his weekly Monday press conference, but delivered some bad news.
First, defensive tackle Sen'Derrick Marks likely tore his triceps in the third quarter of the team's 22-20 win over the Baltimore Ravens.
Gus says losing Marks would be "tough." Thought he was finally getting back to where he was before the knee injury. #Jaguars— Mike Kaye (@mike_e_kaye) November 16, 2015
Marks will be getting a second opinion this week, but it doesn't look good. Bradley went on in detail about who would be getting extra time along the interior in case Marks couldn't go and even conceded that the team was looking at all their options.
Bradley was a little more upbeat when it came to wide receiver Allen Hurns' core injury, however, saying he "wasn't too concerned about it". Hurns will be seeing a specialist in Philadelphia this week, but it was a trip he had planned before Sunday, so it's completely unrelated to anything that happened during Sunday's win.