Jacksonville Jaguars Injury Report, Week 14: Marcedes Lewis, Tyson Alualu Have Full Practice

The Jacksonville Jaguars are hosting the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday as both team hope to get back on the winning track. Both teams are experiencing their share of late-season bumps and bruises, but after Thursday's practice, the Jaguars are looking reasonably healthy.

After being limited in Wednesday's practice with an ankle injury, tight end Marcedes Lewis participated in a full session on Thursday. Tyson Alualu, Maurice Jones-Drew and Greg Jones all participated in limited practices for non-injury related reasons. The Jacksonville defense was without defensive ends Aaron Kampman and Matt Roth on both days and several other players were participating in limited practice on Thursday.

Here is the full list from Thursday's official practice report:

Did Not Participate in Practice

DE Aaron Kampman - Hamstring
DE Matt Roth - Concussion

Participated in Limited Practice

DT Tyson Alualu - Not Injured
RB Maurice Jones-Drew - Not Injured
FB Greg Jones - Not Injured
TE Marcedes Lewis - Ankle
S Dwight Lowery - Shoulder
WR Cecil Shorts III - Hamstring
OT Guy Whimper - Thigh
CB T.J. Heath - Shoulder

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