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Jaguars vs. Raiders 2012 injury report: Dwight Lowery, Daryl Smith out for Week 7

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The Jacksonville Jaguars will face the Oakland Raiders without Dwight Lowery, Daryl Smith and Tyson Alualu on defense.

Sam Greenwood

The Jacksonville Jaguars take on the Oakland Raiders in Week 7, and like any NFL team they do so with a number of players nursing injury.

The good news for Jaguars fans is that starting center Brad Meester is probable for Sunday's game. Starting wide receiver Laurent Robinson is out with a concussion, while on the defensive side of the ball, starters Tyson Alualu, Dwight Lowery and Daryl Smith are all out. The Raiders have some injuries at key places, but they likely will have the contributions of both Darrius Heyward-Bey and Sebastian Janikowski.

The complete Jaguars injury report:
(FP = Full Participation, LP = limited participation, DNP = did not practice)
Tyson Alualu - DT - not injury related - FP - Probable
Dawan Landry - S - knee - FP - Probable
Dwight Lowery - DB - ankle - DNP - Out
Brad Meester - C - not injury related - FP - Probable
Laurent Robinson - WR - concussion - DNP - Out
George Selvie - DE knee - FP - Probable
Daryl Smith - LB - groin - DNP - Out

The injury report for the Raiders:
Khalif Barnes - T -groin - DNP - Out
Mike Brisiel - G - concussion - LP - Probable
Richard Gordon - TE - hamstring - DNP - Out
Darrius Heyward-Bey - WR - shoulder - FP
Sebastian Janikowski - groin - LP - Probable
Taiwan Jones - RB - knee - LP - Probable
Darren McFadden - RB - shoulder - FP - Probable
Denarius Moore - WR - shoulder - FP - Probable
Brandon Myers - TE - ear - FP - Probable
Alex Parsons - C - shoulder - LP - Questionable
Richard Seymour - DT - knee - LP - Probable
Shawntae Spencer - CB - foot - DNP - Out

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