Jaguars downgrade two players to out; Jalen Ramsey still questionable

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On Friday, Jaguars cornerback Jalen Ramsey said he won’t be playing on Sunday, due to a hand injury. But he officially was listed as questionable for the game, and he officially hasn’t been downgraded to out — which means he has made the trip to Arizona.

Via Michael DiRocco of ESPN.com, the Jaguars did downgrade two other players from questionable to out. Left guard Patrick Omameh (quad) and right tackle Jermey Parnell (knee) will not travel with the team to Phoenix, and thus they will not play in Sunday’s game.

While that doesn’t mean Ramsey will definitely play, it means that true clarity won’t come until 90 minutes before kickoff on Sunday afternoon, when the list of inactive players is published.

The 7-3 Jaguars have won four games in a row. They currently hold a one-game lead over the Titans in the AFC South, putting Jacksonville on track for its first playoff appearance since 2007.

17 responses to “Jaguars downgrade two players to out; Jalen Ramsey still questionable

  1. JON Robinson: what domestic do you speak of? Are you trying to mislead everyone about his fight with another man at a stop light as “domestic”?

  2. JON: Also, to answer your question on when will Fowler get suspended like Elliot did, answer is quit simple-when he conducts himself like Elliot, until then, Play Ball!

  3. I thought Jalen Ramsey was tough … he portrays that when he’s on the field …

    I found it funny how he declared himself out immediately over a hand injury …

    Others have played with broken limbs! Doesn’t he know that in the NFL you wrap it up and get on out there!

  4. Lewsblues: I could be wrong, but i would be willing to bet Jon Robinson’s (see above) paycheck that the decision to play or not isn’t totally up to him.

  5. Jon, i am not condoning “street violence”, but you misrepresented what happened. That is shameful to victims of domestic violence.

    From all accounts of what i heard he was in the wrong, but again, it wasn’t domestic violence like you attempted to make it sound.

  6. robigd….theres no way i can be salty at jacksonville we just throttled them in jacksonville 37-16

  7. lewsblues, you thought Ramsey was tough?? Didn’t you see nice guy AJ Green treat him like a rag doll?

  8. JON, it takes a big man to admit when their wrong-I am proud of you. However, you should probably apologize to the domestic violence victims you insulted, but that is your choice.

  9. It doesn’t matter who is in or out for the Jags, AZ will dominate Gabbert. Calais Campbell will eat him alive.

    Oh wait, it’s 2017.

    It doesn’t matter who is in or out for the Jags, they will dominate Gabbert and the Cardinals. Calais Campbell will eat him alive.

  10. Absolutely no way Ramsey forfeits his chance to shut down Fitzgerald. And I love me some Fitzgerald. Looking forward to this matchup.

    If Jalen is out, I expect Bouye to shadow Larry. Another good matchup.

    Pulling for the Jags’ 5th straight with no injuries on either side.

  11. robigd says:
    November 25, 2017 at 8:29 pm
    JON, enjoy 2nd place with your brittle QB
    ——————————————–
    Look again. Looks like you get to enjoy 2nd place with your boneheaded HC. You should never use that comeback when it’s neck and neck, and games are still left. However, I understand your overexcitement considering your team hasn’t been relevant for a loooooooong time.

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