Jaguars Training Camp News: Will Rackley Carted Off Practice

In the first practice with full pads, the Jaguars got off to a bad start on Tuesday with starting offensive lineman Will Rackley reportedly getting carted off the field with an ankle injury. With the practice open to the public, multiple fans and media members tweeted about the injury.

Rackley was one of only two starting offensive lineman participating fully in the practice and left only Eben Britton among a line of backups after getting carted off. Britton was moved to the left tackle position, while 2011 starter filled Britton's usual spot at right tackle.

Offensive tackle Eugene Monroe spent the Tuesday morning practice on the stationary bike with his knee wrapped and center Brad Meester appeared to have received a veteran day off of practice.

The Jaguars also announced on Tuesday that they waived cornerback T.J. Heath, but did not announce a signing to fill the roster spot.

For more on the Jacksonville Jaguars visit SB Nation's Jaguars blog Big Cat Country. Still not enough football news for you? Check out SB Nation's NFL hub for more on all 32 NFL teams throughout training camp and the regular season.

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