Broncos vs. Jaguars halftime injury report: O’Shaughnessy questionable to return

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Jacksonville looks much sharper in Week 2 than it did in Week 1, but several mistakes, most notably two missed field goals from generally reliable kicker Josh Lambo, kept it from leading the Denver Broncos heading into the break.

The Jaguars trail 10-7 at halftime, and they’ll try to push for the lead in the second half. But it seems that the team may have to do it without its best pass-catching tight end. James O’Shaughnessy exited the game in the first half with an ankle injury, and he is listed as questionable to return.

O’Shaughnessy has one catch so far in this game for 24 yards, and if he isn’t able to come back, the Jaguars will just have Chris Manhertz and Luke Farrell at their disposal.

Tight end is an especially thin position for Jacksonville, and it hurts the passing game significantly to not have O’Shaughnessy on the field. The Jags will hope his injury isn’t serious and he’s able to return sooner rather than later.