NFL Injury Report: Rashad Jennings And Daryl Smith Most Likely Out For Jaguars

The Jacksonville Jaguars enter their Week 2 game against the Houston Texans most likely without running back Rashad Jennings (knee) and linebacker Daryl Smith (groin). Both players were injured in the week one loss to the Minnesota Vikings.

Other players that have missed practice this week include offensive linemen Eben Britton (ankle) and Cameron Bradfield (ankle). Defensive ends Austen Lane (foot) and George Selvie (knee) have also missed practice all this week. Their statuses for Sunday's game remain unknown.

Cornerback Derek Cox has been limited in practice this week, recovering from a hamstring injury. Fellow cornerback Mike Harris and guard Uche Nwaneri have participated in full this week, despite coming off of hamstring and ankle injuries respectively. Both Harris and Nwaneri should be available to play on Sunday.

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. For more news, notes and analysis from around the league, visit SB Nation's NFL hub.

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