The Jacksonville Jaguars defeated the Los Angeles Chargers in the Wild Card round, in one of the most amazing comebacks in NFL history. They came back from a 27-point deficit to win, and will now use that momentum to take on the number one seed Kansas City Chiefs in the Divisional Round. Here is the latest Jaguars Vs Chiefs Divisional Round Injury Report.
Jaguars Injury Report Divisional Round
In the wild-card round, Lawrence, Mtiscik, Agnew, and Scherff were all able to play despite being listed as questionable. Pryor was the only one who had to sit out the game, which did not make a big difference to the team’s momentum since he has yet to play in an NFL game.
Trevor Lawrence led his team to an incredible victory last week with an amazing performance. He has been on the injury report since Week 14 due to a toe injury and was limited again in practice this week. He is expected to play despite the questionable status. He knows how important this game is, so we can be sure that he is taking every precaution possible to make sure he is on the field on Saturday.
Wide receiver Jamal Agnew has served as the Jaguars’ primary returner on special teams. He sustained a shoulder injury a couple of weeks ago but has been able to play through it. He is listed as questionable for this weeks Divisional round but is expected to play.
Brandon Scherff has an abdomen injury and was limited in practice. The Jaguar’s right guard played the last three games with this injury and is expected to play.
Kendrick Pryor was sidelined last weekend with a shoulder injury that has kept him limited in practice this week. There is a possibility of him remaining inactive in the Divisional round game. He has yet to make his NFL debut after being undrafted and claimed off of waivers in August.
Chiefs Injury Report Divisional Round
Mecole Hardman is officially out for the game this Saturday. He has not played in a game since Week 9 where he sustained an abdominal injury that has kept him out since. He received the green light to play last month when he was activated off of IR, but has been limited since.
Wide receiver Skyy Moore has yet to become a big part of the Chief’s offense and is dealing with a hand laceration that he suffered in Week 18. Since Kansas City had a bye last week, he was able to rest it and Pete Sweeney reports that he is apparently looking pretty good in practice.
L’Jarius Sneed compiled three tackles in the Chief’s win over the Raiders in Week 18. He suffered a hip injury when the Chiefs played the Broncos, but has been able to practice and play since.
The Chief’s defensive end was upgraded to a full participant and will play this Saturday. He left Week 18 with a groin injury and has had an entire week to rest and recover.
Clyde Edwards-Helaire and Jody Fortson returned to practice this week, but are still listed on IR and will likely not be activated this week. Edwards-Helaire has been sidelined since sustaining a high-ankle sprain in Week 11.
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