Jaguars practicing without starting corners for second straight day

AP

The Jaguars came out of Week One with a win, but they’re heading into Week Two with a couple of injury questions at cornerback.

They practiced without Jalen Ramsey and A.J. Bouye on Wednesday and announced that both players were going to remain out of practice before they took the field for Thursday’s session.

Ramsey has an ankle injury and was called “day-to-day” by head coach Doug Marrone on Wednesday. Ramsey had three tackles in the 29-7 victory over the Texans.

Bouye had six tackles in the game, which was his first with the Jaguars after signing with the team as a free agent this offseason. Bouye is dealing with an illness and there’s been no word from the team at this point about his prognosis for Sunday’s game against the Titans.

5 responses to “Jaguars practicing without starting corners for second straight day

  1. No worries … Ramsey and Bouye will be ready on Sunday to lockdown Corey Davis, Eric Decker and the rest of that Titan passing attack. Too much Jag D in this one …

    Jaguars 24
    Titans 13

  2. Jags D plays aggressive and violent. Sure they could get called for defensive holding and pass interference on every single play but until it gets called look for more of the same.

  3. Gotta rely on the formula, Mularkey. Run and D. See what the Jags just did? Pound Murray and Henry. Set up Mariota on play actions, bootlegs to go deep/get open men downfield. Jags big spending on D seems to be have paid off…until their 25 cent brained QB realizes he sucks.

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