Jaguars Vs. Colts Injury Report: Blaine Gabbert Probable, Rashad Jennings Doubtful

The Jacksonville Jaguars released an updated injury report on Friday afternoon, and quarterback Blaine Gabbert will be good to go against the Colts this weekend. Gabbert, who left last Sunday's game early with a minor glute injury, has fully participated in practice all week. He's listed as probable.

Related: Jaguars vs. Colts: Three to Watch for the Jaguars

But the Jaguars probably will not have running back Rashad Jennings, who was limited on Friday and is considered doubtful. Offensive lineman Eben Britton, defensive end George Selvie and linebacker Daryl Smith are all out. Defensive end Austen Lane and offensive lineman Cameron Bradfield are both listed as questionable, while cornerback Derek Cox is probable.

The Colts won't have the services of offensive lineman Joe Reitz or linebacker Pat Angerer, and linebacker Dwight Freeney is questionable.

For updates, stay tuned to SB Nation Tampa Bay. For more in-depth coverage, check out Jaguars blog Big Cat Country. For more on the Colts, visit Stampede Blue. News, notes and analysis from around the league, visit SB Nation's NFL hub.

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