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Injury report: Jaguars lose to Giants 22-12

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Six Jaguars sustained injuries in Saturday night's preseason loss to the New York Giants.

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On Saturday night, the Jaguars saw a couple of core defensive players make their preseason debut. Jared Odrick and Roy Miller both returned from injury and played sparingly in the 22-12 loss to the Giants.

A positive takeaway from Saturday night's game is that both Miller and Odrick appeared healthy and capable. The most negative takeaway is that six other Jaguars suffered injuries during the game.

Wide receiver Damian Copeland dislocated his shoulder.

Wide receiver Arrelious Benn, a fan favorite through training camp, broke his collarbone on an end-around rushing attempt.

It's worth noting that both Copeland and Benn missed the entire 2014 season with injuries.

Left tackle Josh Wells dislocated his thumb while assigned to special teams.

Linebackers Khairi Fortt and LaRoy Reynolds both got banged up. Fortt suffered an injury to his meniscus, while Reynolds sustained an injury to his left medial collateral ligament.

Finally, cornerback Demetrius McCray suffered a right knee contusion.

The day after the game, it's hard to forecast the impact these injuries could have on the roster and rotation for the last two preseason games.

More news and updates will be available as the week unfolds.