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Jaguars vs. Dolphins injury report: Maurice Jones-Drew still unable to practice for Jacksonville

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Major contributors for both the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Miami Dolphins were unable to practice Thursday.

Sam Greenwood

With only three games until their matchup with the Jacksonville Jaguars, the Miami Dolphins are close to full strength, as only two players missed practice on Thursday due to injury.

Defensive tackle Randy Starks missed Thursday's practice for non-football reasons, while wide receiver Davone Bess (back) and linebacker Koa Misi (ankle) each missed their second day of practice, but the rest of the team was able to practice fully, according to Ben Volin of the Palm Beach Post. That includes safeties Chris Clemons and Jimmy Wilson, who were both limited in practice on Wednesday.

Safety Jonathon Amaya, linebacker Karlos Dansby, punter Brandon Fields, wide receiver Brian Hartline and linebacker Austin Spitler were also able to fully practice for the Dolphins Thursday.

The Jaguars have a significantly longer injury report, especially in the offensive backfield. Jaguars running backs Maurice Jones-Drew (foot), Rashad Jennings (concussion) and Jordan Todman (calf) each missed their second day of practice this week. Cornerback Aaron Ross missed his second day of practice, as well, due to an injured calf, while defensive end George Selvie missed Thursday's practice due to a concussion after he was limited in practice on Wednesday.

Fullback Greg Jones (thigh), wide receiver Cecil Shorts III (concussion) and defensive back Dwight Lowery (foot) were each limited in practice Thursday.

Defensive tackle Tyson Alualu, center Brad Meester, and cornerbacks Rashean Mathis and Derek Cox were able to participate fully in practice Thursday for the Jaguars.

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