Jaguars Looking At Offensive Line Shuffling

The Jacksonville Jaguars may have to do some juggling along their offensive line when they take on the Houston Texans on Sunday. Eben Britton and Cameron Bradfield are the two linemen who are question marks on Sunday, as both players are suffering from ankle injuries.

Head coach Mike Mularkey is looking at various scenarios if Britton and Bradfield can not play, and the decision on what will be done up front will determine how well, or how much, those two practice this week.

If neither of those two guys can go, then their replacements will be Guy Whimper and Michael Brewster. Going up against a stout Texans defense with backups will make both moving the ball and protecting quarterback Blaine Gabbert difficult for the Jags.

For more coverage of the Jaguars, stay tuned to Big Cat Country and SB Nation Tampa Bay. Also be sure to check out Battle Red Blog for updates on the Texans.

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