The Cleveland Browns played nearly 1.25 games on Sunday, losing to the Jets in the final seconds of overtime. And as the Browns try to move on from what might have been, they have to face a Jaguars team riding a wave of euphoria after being one of the few teams to have a football prayer answered.
The Browns started their preparations without safety Mike Adams (abdomen), linebacker Eric Barton (thigh), linebacker Marcus Benard (illness), cornerback Sheldon Brown (shoulder), receiver Joshua Cribbs (foot), linebacker Scott Fujita (knee), defensive tackle Shaun Rogers (ankle), guard Eric Steinbach (calf), and guard Floyd Womack (knee).
Quarterback Jake Delhomme (ankle) and defensive end Kenyon Coleman (knee) practiced on a limited basis.
For the Jaguars, receiver Mike Sims-Walker missed Wednesday practice with an ankle injury. Defensive tackle Tyson Alualu (knee), linebacker Justin Durant (shin), and defensive end Jeremy Mincey (hand) practiced on a limited basis.