Update 10:20 AM: Lee is in full pads at practice today.
The Jacksonville Jaguars have been pretty lucky with injuries so far in training camp, really only dealing with Marqise Lee and a strained hamstring. Other than that, it's just guys like Kelvin Beachum working their way back from injury last season. That being said, that means the team should be pretty much a "full go" for their first preseason game on Thursday Night against the New York Jets.
I say pretty much, because the two players mentioned above are a big question mark. Jaguars wide receiver Marqise Lee is still working to participate in team drills and recovering from an early hamstring injury.
"It seems like with his tempo work and everything that he's doing, his high-speed accelerations, all that that we look at, really good progress so it'd be great to see how it turned out today [Sunday]," Bradley said when asked about the oft-injured receiver.
Lee is probably more likely to play on Thursday between he and Beachum, but even then it sounds like it's doubtful he will play much, if at all. Thankfully, Lee isn't as worrisome because the Jaguars seem to have a lot of talent at wide receiver so it lessens the blow of Lee being out. You can't count on him at this point in his career and anything he can contribute is a bonus.