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Jaguars Thursday injury report: Myles Jack ruled out vs. Dolphins

The Jaguars will head into London with some bumps and bruises.

Syndication: Florida Times-Union Bob Self / USA TODAY NETWORK

As the Jaguars make their way to London this week to take on the Miami Dolphins in Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, they’ll do so without one of its key starters on defense in linebacker Myles Jack.

Jack and offensive lineman Rashaad Coward will not make the trip to London tonight, the team said earlier this afternoon.

Injured during the team’s loss against the Tennessee Titans last Sunday, Jack has missed both days of practice this week with a back injury. Today, the Jaguars released its Thursday injury report, showing Jack missing another day of practice.

With Jack out, look for second-year LB Shaq Quarterman to man one of the inside linebacker spots next to Damien Wilson this week, along with Dakota Allen likely filling in on key passing downs.

They could be getting back some help on the defensive line, however.

Listed on the injury report as a limited participant again on Thursday, Jaguars defensive lineman Roy Robertson-Harris has missed the past three matchups. Now, it appears he could be set to make his return this week, a key cog in the wheel of the team’s defense this year.

Rookie cornerback Tyson Campbell also missed last week’s game due to a toe injury, it looks as though he will make his return.

The team will need Campbell this week as the depth at the CB position has been lacking for much of the season behind starter Shaquill Griffin and nickel Tre Herndon.