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Jaguars Week 6 injury report: LB Myles Jack not seen at practice after sustaining oblique injury

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By: James Johnson

The Jacksonville Jaguars released their first injury report for Week 6’s game in London against the Miami Dolphins and only two players missed practice on Wednesday.

One of those players was linebacker Myles Jack, who left Week 5’s game against Tennessee early with an oblique injury and wasn’t seen Wednesday. The other player to miss Wednesday’s session was receiver Marvin Jones Jr., who missed practice for a personal matter that wasn’t injury-related.

With Jack missing practice, Dakota Allen, who was able to be a full participant despite his shoulder injury, and Damien Wilson were the two players getting reps at inside linebacker. As fans witnessed Sunday, that would likely be the tandem the team rolls with on Sunday, too, if Jack is not able to play. They would also have Shaquille Quarterman available as a backup behind both veterans if needed.

Aside from Jack, Jones, and Allen, five other players surfaced on the injury report. On defense, those players were pass-rusher Lerentee McCray (hamstring), cornerback Tyson Campbell (toe), and defensive lineman Roy Robertson-Harris (ankle). McCray was a full participant, but Campbell and Robertson-Harris were limited, though coach Urban Meyer said he believes they could be back Sunday.

On offense, guard Ben Bartch (groin) and interior lineman Tyler Shatley (groin) were both limited. Their situations will be worth watching as they both are set to start Sunday with A.J. Cann and Brandon Linder on injured reserve.

Originally posted on Jaguars Wire