The Denver Broncos and Jacksonville Jaguars are set to face off tomorrow afternoon, and here is a look at the injury report for both teams, with notes included for certain injuries.
LB Wesley Woodyard (neck)- He injured his neck in last week’s win over the Dallas Cowboys.
DE Robert Ayers (shoulder)
CB Chris Harris Jr. (concussion)
WR Eric Decker (ankle)
C Manuel Ramirez (ankle)
G Chris Kuper (ankle)
TE Joel Dreessen (knee)
CB Champ Bailey (foot)- Bailey will be making his season debut tomorrow, but he is fully expected to be on a snap count.
K Matt Prater (right calf)- Disregard this injury, because Prater is killing it.
LB Paris Lenon (thigh)
RB Ronnie Hillman (ankle)
QB Blaine Gabbert (hamstring)- Gabbert will be out for a few weeks with a severe hamstring pull that he sustained in last week’s awful outing against the St. Louis Rams. To be honest with you, the Jaguars would be crazy to not start Chad Henne from here on out.
TE Marcedes Lewis (calf)- At this point, it’s anyone’s guess as to when he’ll be back.
CB Dwayne Gratz (ankle)
DE Jeremy Mincey (concussion)
WR Stephen Burton (concussion)
WR Cecil Shorts (groin)- Shorts was limited on Wednesday, held out of Thursday’s practice (some were worried that he had suffered a setback), but he was back at a full practice yesterday and is a go for Sunday’s upset bid.
DT Sen’Derrick Marks (knee)
WR Mike Brown (back)
LB Geno Hayes (hip)
DT Roy Miller (shoulder)