The Jacksonville Jaguars got a bit of good news from their offensive line as both left tackle Eugene Monroe and guard Will Rackley returned to practice on Saturday after missing a few weeks of practice.
Starting linebacker Daryl Smith, who has been sidelined with a groin injury, also returned to practice.
Monroe took a hit to the head in practice on August 15 and had to be taken out on a cart. He cleared the league's concussion protocol program yesterday and is now able to suit up.
Rackley suffered an ankle injury at the beginning of training camp and should be ready to go for the fourth preseason game. Rackley started 14 games for the Jaguars last year as a rookie.
The Jaguars still had quite a few players missing from practice, courtesy of Mike Long of the AP.
Out for Jaguars: CB Cox, CB Harris, S Greene, CB Torrence, FB Bolen, LB Session, C Estes, G Nowak, G Spitz, DE Ray, TE Veldman, TE Miller ..— Mark Long (@APMarkLong) August 25, 2012
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