Lions vs. Jaguars 2012 injury report: Both teams injured headed into Sunday

Michael Hickey

The injury report was extensive for both teams in advance of Sunday's showdown.

The Jacksonville Jaguars remain banged up headed into their game against the Detroit Lions this weekend. The Jaguars released their first injury report this week and a number of familiar faces were on it. Running backs Maurice Jones-Drew and Montell Owens both sat out practice. Jones-Drew has been out since a Week 7 ankle injury against the Raiders. Owens sat out this past Sunday's game against Green Bay.

On a more positive note, wide receiver Laurent Robinson was a full participant in practice Wednesday. Robinson also missed Sunday's game against the Packers. Quarterback Blaine Gabbert (shoulder), and cornerbacks Rashean Mathis (groin) and Derek Cox (back), practiced on Wednesday, but were limited.

Seven starters sat out of Wednesday's practice for the Detroit. Lions receivers made the biggest injury report news. Calvin Johnson sat out with a knee injury, while Titus Young was limited in his participation. It's unclear if Johnson will play against Jacksonville. Starting safety Louis Delmas also missed practice with a knee injury. His stats is uncertain for Sunday as well.

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