The Jacksonville Jaguars saw what little chance they had at catching the Houston Texans in the AFC South disappear on Sunday when they lost to the Cleveland Browns, 14-10. The loss drops Jacksonville’s record to 3-7, four games behind the Houston Texans in the AFC South. The two will face in Week 12 in Jacksonville with the Texans trying to work in Matt Leinart at quarterback in place of the injured Matt Schaub.
According to JaguarsInsider, the Jags placed linebacker Clint Session on injured reserve with a head injury, and replaced him on the 53-man roster with 10-year veteran Kevin Bentley. Session was seventh on the team in total tackles (30), with one sack under his belt as well. Formerly a linebacker for the Colts, Session was picked up this summer by Jacksonville. He appeared in six games for the Jaguars this year before sustaining the concussion that ultimately prompted doctors to shut him down for the year.
Bentley has traveled around from Cleveland, San Diego, Houston and Seattle during his ten-year career, with his latest stint being in Houston for the past three years.
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