Jaguars’ Telvin Smith back at practice following concussion

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After missing Sunday’s game against the Indianapolis Colts due to a concussion, Jacksonville Jaguars linebacker Telvin Smith was back at practice on Wednesday.

Smith was a full participant in practice, which bodes well for his availability for Sunday’s game against the Seattle Seahawks.

While Jacksonville’s defensive front and cornerbacks may get more acclaim, Smith is a vitally important piece of the Jaguars’ top-ranked defense. He’s recorded 83 tackles this season with three interceptions, five passes defended and a forced fumble.

Smith was injured two weeks ago against the Arizona Cardinals. He was evaluated for a concussion, cleared to return to the game and then eventually ruled out upon further examination. He was unable to practice all last week as he was unable to clear the check points of the concussion protocol.

2 responses to “Jaguars’ Telvin Smith back at practice following concussion

  1. Hopefully he plays. Want full strength of Jacksonville to give the Seahawks a real good game. This is a great match-up. Strong defenses, play makers on both sides of the ball and young talent. I enjoy that the Jags are good this year and look to be good for awhile, Hopefully they can knock off the Pats in the playoffs.

  2. This is not something Russell Wilson wants to see.
    Telvin is someone he doesn’t want to see.
    Russell gets past the day line he’s not getting past telvin or miles jack

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