Jacksonville will be without running back Keith Toston for the foreseeable future, as the would-be backup to current hold out Maurice Jones-Drew is out with a hamstring injury that will cause him to miss this week's Ravens game and likely more time. Head coach Mike Mularkey commented on Toston's injury over the weekend:
"Probably a couple of weeks, I think. That will probably be something we come down to after the fourth preseason game that we will have to make some decisions on. He ran hard and he tweaked that hamstring pretty good."
With Toston out, Rashad Jennings, Montell Owens and Jalen Pamele will get the majority of the available carries in the preseason. Jacksonville also has DuJuan Harris and Richard Murphy on roster.
Toston played one season, in 2010, with the St. Louis Rams before he was cut. He didn't play in the 2011 season.
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