Jaguars injury report: QB Blaine Gabbert hurts right elbow in Week 11

Thomas B. Shea

Jaguars starting quarterback Blaine Gabbert left the team's loss to the Texans on Sunday with an elbow injury.

Blaine Gabbert's injury riddled season continued on Sunday, as the embattled second-year starter left the Jacksonville Jaguars' heartbreaking 43-37 overtime loss to the Houston Texans in the first quarter with a right elbow contusion.

Gabbert, who has already missed time this season with a shoulder injury, suffered the elbow injury when he was hit by Danieal Manning and fumbled on Jacksonville's first drive of the game. The quarterback was replaced by Chad Henne, who threw for 354 yards and four touchdowns in the loss. Gabbert is questionable for Week 12 against the Tennessee Titans.

Jacksonville did not suffer any other injuries in the defeat. The Jaguars are waiting on several members of their secondary to return from injuries, as safety Dwight Lowery and cornerback Rashean Mathis have both been on the shelf. Both players are questionable for Week 12.

Star running back Maurice Jones-Drew remains out indefinitely with a foot injury.

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