Colts vs. Jaguars Week 18 final injury report: TE James O’Shaughnessy, CB Xavier Rhodes ruled OUT

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The Jacksonville Jaguars only had one player surface in the status column of the final injury report of their 2021 season. That one player was tight end James O’Shaughnessy who continues to deal with a hip injury he sustained during the last offensive drive of the Jags’ Week 16 game against the New York Jets.

As for the changes that occurred on the Jags’ injury report, linebacker Dakota Allen (shoulder) was upgraded from limited to full. Fellow linebacker Myles Jack (knee) was also upgraded to full after not practicing on Wednesday and Thursday.

Lastly, veteran defensive lineman Malcom Brown returned to full participation after resting on Thursday.

As for the Indianapolis Colts, they ruled cornerback Xavier Rhodes out with a hamstring injury after he wasn’t able to practice this week. Additionally, defensive lineman DeForest Buckner was ruled questionable with a knee injury.

In terms of the changes that took place on the Colts’ end, receiver T.Y. Hilton (rest) was upgraded from limited to full and so was tight end Jack Doyle (knee).