Allen Hurns back on practice field after seeing sports hernia doctor

AP

The Jaguars got some good news on the injury front Tuesday, which they needed.

According to Hays Carlyon of the Florida Times-Union, wide receiver Allen Hurns was back on the practice field, a day after seeing a sports hernia specialist.

Hurns traveled to Philadelphia to see Dr. William Meyers Monday. He has made a number of visits there, but it hasn’t kept him off the field. He has caught a touchdown pass in seven straight games, and is second on the team with 41 catches for 697 yards.

He’s also been playing through a foot injury, but is expected to continue to play Thursday night against the Titans.

5 responses to “Allen Hurns back on practice field after seeing sports hernia doctor

  1. I am becoming more and more fan of this guy. An undrafted hero for this team. Always play hard, toughen it out the injuries. 7 consecutive games with TD. This guy is the embodiment of a classic NFL Player.

  2. He and the rest of this offense are really starting to make Jags games less painful to watch. He plays hard and his determination has him playing games that he’s not 100% in.

    Between Bortles’ improvement, the OLine improvement, and all the weapons available if/when they are healthy (Allen Robinson, Allen Hurns, Marqise Lee, Rashad Greene, Julius Thomas, TJ Yeldon), this offense has the potential to put up a lot of points. Bortles just has to learn to throw the ball away if no one is open or look for Yeldon or Thomas as a check down.

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