NFL Injury Report: Three Jaguars questionable for Thursday

Al Messerschmidt

The Jaguars have a ton of injuries, but three players are unknown for Thursday's game.

Three Jacksonville Jaguars have injuries that have kept their status up in the air the last few weeks.

Fullback Greg Jones was limited in practice last week and was inactive against the Detroit Lions on Sunday. Jones, who's battling a hip injury, is questionable for Thursday night's game against the Indianapolis Colts.

Cornerback Rashean Mathis has not played the last two weeks because of a groin injury.

Running back Montell Owens was listed as inactive for the last two games. Owens has a shoulder injury.

The injuries to Owens and Jones are even more important considering Maurice Jones-Drew is out indefinitely. It is unknown when Jones-Drew, who suffered a foot injury in Week 7, will be back, or if he will be at all.

Linebacker Clint Session is also out indefinitely. Session was placed on the physically unable to perform list with a concussion.

The Jaguars are 1-6 this season. Jacksonville's only win came on Sept. 23 against the Colts. The Jags will try to beat the Colts again when they host them on Thursday Night Football this week.

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