The Jacksonville Jaguars are dealing with quite a few injuries headed into Sunday’s game against the Houston Texans, as the team has already ruled out six players, including Yannick Ngakoue and A.J. Bouye. Late Saturday night, the Jaguars updated safety Ronnie Harrison’s situation to “questionable” for the game against the Texans.
#Jaguars say S Ronnie Harrison (ankle) has been added to the game status report as questionable.— Phillip Heilman (@phillip_heilman) September 15, 2019
Harrison originally appeared on the Jaguars injury report on Thursday’s practice with an ankle injury, which typically isn’t a great sign for the game less than 24 hours away. If the Jaguars can’t have Harrison play without issue against the Texans, that means half their starting secondary and one of their best pass rushers will be out of the game.
I think the Jaguars defense overall is good enough to still get the job done, but having to go with likely an undrafted rookie at the safety position in Andrew Wingard or special teams ace Cody Davis at the spot isn’t exactly confidence inspiring.