It is not yet known if running back Leonard Fournette will return to Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday (30) to face the New York Jets.
The team wants to let the right thigh muscle rest well before determining if it can enter the field.
The Jaguars listed Fournette as questionable for the Jets’ duel at TIAA Bank Field.
The right guard A.J. Cann (triceps) was also listed as questionable, while cornerback D.J. Hayden (toe) will not act.
Fournette, who has not played since injuring the thigh muscle in the first half of the opening game, has trained sparingly on the fourth and fifth but has usually trained in lightweight practice on Friday.
Although it was the first time he has trained without limitations since the injury, Fournette said he can not guarantee if he will be on the field against the Jets.
“It’s waiting and see. (…) It’s just complicated. It is complicated with posterior thigh muscles. You can feel good one day, then something else can happen, you know what I mean? So, it all depends. It all depends on you and your mindset, “said shirt 27.
Coach Doug Marrone said the team will monitor Fournette and Cann over the next two days. The head coach has said he is hesitant to put a player on the pitch who is not completely healthy. Watch Jacksonville Jaguars live stream free game in here.
Fournette said this Friday he has been able to run and make cuts without problems.
The running back of the Jaguars has not played in the last two games and the team ran for 191 yards combined in the duels against the New England Patriots and Tennessee Titans.
Fournette rushed for 41 yards in nine innings and made three receptions for 14 yards in the first half of the Premiership against the New York Giants. You can get more Leonard Fournette injury update: Jaguars RB remains questionable for game against Jets.
Good news for the Jaguars is that running back T.J. Yeldon (ankle) is not on the injury report, after not training in fourth and training on a limited basis on Thursday. However, he did not participate in any activity involving cuts during the portion of the training that was opened to the press this Friday.