--WR Jimmy Redmond, who was waived at the final cut, was brought back Tuesday to bolster the special teams.
--OL Sammy Williams, who was waived
at the final cut, was brought back Tuesday to bolster the special
--CB Jason Craft will keep his starting job although he
gave up two touchdown passes against Carolina and was tagged for a pass
interference penalty that set up a third one.
--WR Micah Ross
suffered an ankle injury on the opening kickoff in Carolina and probably won't
play against Buffalo.
--LB T.J. Slaughter missed the opener
against Carolina with an ankle injury and the Jaguars aren't sure if he'll be
ready to play against Buffalo.
--DB James Trapp missed the
Carolina game with an ankle injury and the Jaguars aren't sure if he'll be ready
to play against Buffalo.
--DE Paul Spicer suffered an ankle
injury against Carolina, but the Jaguars think he'll play against
--WR Matthew Hatchette suffered a shoulder injury
against Carolina, but the Jaguars think he'll play against
--DE Tony Brackens wore down after taking 53 snaps
against Carolina and the Jaguars hope to limit him to the 35 range against
--DE Hugh Douglas was ineffective with his pass rush on
Carolina's game-winning touchdown pass with 16 seconds left and the Jaguars hope
to rotate him more to keep him fresher against Buffalo.
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