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NFL Injury Report: Jaguars lose another running back

Jalen Parmele went down with a leg injury Sunday.

Sam Greenwood

Jacksonville Jaguars running back Jalen Parmele suffered a leg injury in Sunday's game against the Tennessee Titans and had to leave the game.

Parmele left the game twice because of the injury. When he suffered it a second time in the fourth quarter, he did not return.

Parmele started in place of Jaguars franchise running back Maurice Jones-Drew, who hasn't played since Week 7. Before leaving the game for good, Parmele racked up 45 yards on eight carries. This season, Parmele has rushed for 143 yards on 40 carries.

Rashad Jennings received the bulk of the load after Parmele left. He ran for 43 yards on 16 carries.

The Jaguars also lost a pair of cornerbacks in the game. Derek Cox left due to a leg injury and did not return. He had two tackles and a pass deflection before he left the game. The team also lost Aaron Ross, who was dehydrated.

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