Jaguars wide receiver Laurent Robinson is listed as probable to make his return to the team after suffering from a concussion last week. Robinson participated in practice Friday after spending the previous two days out recovering.
"He did everything today," coach Mike Mularkey said after practice, courtesy of a report by the Florida Times-Union. "We anticipated him coming back today. It was smart limiting him [Thursday]."
Linebacker Daryl Smith (groin) and defensive end George Selvie (knee) were the only players who didn't practice Friday and both have been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Bengals.
Eight players were listed on Thursday's injury report: defensive end Austen Lane, left guard Eben Britton, right tackle Cam Bradfield, running backs Rashad Jennings and Montell Owens, center Brad Meester, cornerback Kevin Rutland and defensive tackle Tyson Alualu. All of them are listed as probable for Sunday.
Mularkey said he would check out the team's practice film before making a decision on whether or not to start the linemen, Britton and Bradfield.
For the Bengals, cornerback Nate Clements (calf) is listed as doubtful and their other cornerback Leon Hall is doubtful as well. To add to that, Bengals center Jeff Faine (hamstring) was limited Friday and is classified as questionable for Sunday, which means rookie free agent Trevor Robinson could be making his first NFL start against the Jags.