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    November 20, 2019 9:28 AM IST
    The Rams‘ high-powered offense took a couple of big hits.Los Angeles‘ leading receivers [url=]Malik Jackson Jersey[/url] , Brandin Cooks and Cooper Kupp, were both lost to concussions late in the first half as the Rams turned to Robert Woods and a cast of lesser-known characters to beat the Seattle Seahawks 33-31 on Sunday.Cooks was hit hard by Tedric Thompson as he came across the field. Most of the hit was with Thompson’s shoulder, but there was some helmet-to-helmet impact and Cooks appeared to be immediately knocked out. He eventually jogged off the field on his own but was ruled out early in the second half.Kupp was also lost with a concussion, although it wasn’t immediately clear when he got hurt. Kupp was in on a desperation throw into the end zone on the final play of the first half, but didn’t rejoin his teammates to start the third quarter.The Jacksonville Jaguars, meanwhile, suffered injuries that will test their depth on the offensive line and at running back.The Jaguars lost left tackle Cam Robinson for the season last month with a knee injury , and left tackle Josh Wells left Sunday’s loss in Kansas City with an injured groin in the first half. Running back Leonard Fournette missed the game with a hamstring injury that has limited him this season, and Corey Grant hurt a foot and also left in the first half.Luckily, cornerback Jalen Ramsey returned after taking a knee to the helmet on the opening series.Kansas City lost four defensive players to injuries in the first half against Jacksonville with linebackers Justin Houston (hamstring) and Tanoh Kpassagnon (ankle) and free safeties Armani Watts (groin) and Eric Murray (lower leg) not returning.The Chiefs‘ most significant injury might have come in the final minutes, when right guard Laurent Duvernay-Tardif left with a broken left leg.Tennessee left tackle Taylor Lewan left his second game this season with an injury in the Titans’ 13-12 loss in Buffalo. Lewan hurt a foot in the second quarter and was replaced by Tyler Marz. In Cincinnati, Miami left tackle Laremy Tunsil left with a concussion during the Bengals‘ fourth-quarter comeback.Jets cornerback Buster Skrine started for Trumaine Johnson, sidelined with a strained quadriceps. But Skrine left in the first quarter with a head injury and did not return. Denver finished the 34-16 loss to the Jets without cornerback Adam Jones, who was ruled out in the second half after hurting a leg.Cleveland wide receiver Rashard Higgins will have an MRI on Monday for a knee injury in the Browns’ overtime victory over Baltimore. Higgins had three catches for 66 yards and a touchdown before getting hurt.Detroit running back Kerryon Johnson ran for 70 yards on 12 carries before appearing to hurt his right ankle, and he left in the fourth quarter. Lions cornerback Teez Tabor (groin) and cornerback Jamal Agnew (knee) also left their 31-23 over Green Bay. Packers linebacker Nick Perry hurt an ankle [url=][/url] , and cornerback Kevin King hurt his chin.Giants right tackle Chad Wheeler did not return after hurting his hand in the fourth quarter of New York’s 33-31 loss to Carolina. Panthers wide receiver Devin Funchess returned to the game after being evaluated for a concussion in the fourth quarter after a helmet-to-helmet hit by Giants defensive back Michael Thomas. Panthers center Ryan Kalil did not return after being shaken up late in the fourth quarter, with Tyler Larsen finishing the game.The San Francisco 49ers, already reeling from quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo’s season-ending knee injury, lost running back Matt Breida to an injured ankle in their 28-16 loss to Arizona. Breida entered fourth in the league in rushing with 313 yards and had eight carries for 56 yards, along with a TD catch, before he was hurt. Center Weston Richburg injured a knee and left in the second half.The Cardinals‘ first victory of the season came with a price as two offensive linemen were hurt. Mike Iupati left with a shoulder injury and Andre Smith injured a hamstring.In the Vikings‘ 23-21 road victory over the Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles, left tackle Riley Reiff exited with a foot injury for Minnesota. Eagles safety Corey Graham left with a hamstring injury.In the Texans‘ 19-16 overtime victory over the Cowboys, Houston cornerback Kayvon Webster left the game in the first quarter with a quadriceps injury and didn’t return. The Jaguars plans for revamping their anemic offense and return to the promise that was held following the 2017 playoff run, begins at midnight on Monday, March 11th, as the official "legal..."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Jaguars Free Agency 2016Jaguars Film RoomNFL DraftJaguars Injury NewsLatest NewsNFL Free AgencyJaguars potential free agency targetsNew,40commentsEDTShareTweetShareShareJaguars potential free agency targetsPhilip G. Pavely-USA TODAY SportsThe Jaguars plans for revamping their anemic offense and return to the promise that was held following the 2017 playoff run, begins at midnight on Monday, March 11th, as the official “legal tampering” window opens for NFL teams in their efforts to woo potential unrestricted free agents.While the cat is already out of the bag [url=]Tashaun Gipson Color Rush Jersey[/url] , sort to speak, on who the Jags’ top free agent priority will be starting Monday— former Philadelphia Eagle and Super Bowl LII MVP quarterback Nick Foles— the team is rumored to be active once again in free agency, following a weekend purge that saw them free up over $30 million in cap space. Based off of recent NFL insider reports, as well as some rumors heard within the last few days, here are a few names to keep an eye out for that may be brought in once the league calendar opens this Wednesday, other than Foles.Jesse James, Tight End, (Pittsburgh Steelers)At 6’7 260 lbs., James brings both the frame and athleticism that Tom Coughlin, Dave Caldwell, and Doug Marrone would love to add to their offense. While he had a decrease in production in 2018, due mostly to the emergence of Vance McDonald, James is a versatile tight end who is able to be a strong weapon in the passing game while also serving as a reliable blocker in the rushing attack. Perhaps best known for his touchdown reception that never was during a 2017 regular season game against New England, James would likely become a favorite target for whoever lines up under center for the Jaguars, at a position of desperate need. He also shouldn’t come as too heavy of a price tag.Golden Tate [url=]Dawuane Smoot Jersey[/url] , Wide Receiver, (Philadelphia Eagles)While the team is publicly stating that they are content with the wide receiver group they have entering 2019, the Jags could stand to use a veteran who can be depended on more than the oft-injured Marqise Lee, and hit or miss Dede Westbrook. Tate reportedly has strong interest in joining the Patriots, and may be asking for more than the Jags are willing to spend at the spot, but from what I understand there is mutual interest should New England and the cash not be what Tate is looking for. Having close ties to Jalen Ramsey, and some familiarity with Foles following a half season in Philadelphia, may help sweeten the deal a bit in the Jags’ favor.Andy Levitre, Guard, (Atlanta Falcons)It’s no secret that outside of maybe tight end, the position of most pressing need for the Jaguars to address once a quarterback is in the fold, will be the offensive line. Levitre is a former second round pick of the Buffalo Bills back in 2009 and has amassed 143 starts over his NFL career, including four years with the Bills, two seasons with the Titans, and the previous two seasons with the Falcons where his 2018 season ended abruptly following a Week 2 triceps tear. Levitre will be 32 starting the season [url=][/url] , and coming off injury, but he is a seasoned vet and at the least would serve as a quality backup who can play either guard spot. He should also come relatively cheap.Preston Brown, Linebacker, (Cincinnati Bengals)Although the focus this off-season will be heavily skewed toward the offense, don’t be surprised if the Jags add a piece to the depth at linebacker, particularly one who can play the true “Mike” backer spot which was somewhat lacking last season at times, (see the Dallas and Tennessee TNF games). Another player who, like Levitre, may be a second-tier signing, Brown was a four-year starter with the Bills before signing with the Bengals last off-season to a one-year deal, but was plagued by injuries in his season in Cincinnati, including an unspecified knee injury that ended his season in November. When healthy, Brown was a solid inside linebacker in Buffalo, starting 62 games and accounting for 505 tackles including 21 tackles for loss and 1 sack. He could provide short-term and inexpensive support in the run game and necessary depth.

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