Jags final injury report for Week 17: D.J. Chark, James Robinson ruled out vs. Colts

James Johnson
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As expected, the Jacksonville Jaguars will be without receiver Collin Johnson (hamstring) and running back James Robinson (ankle) in their season finale against the Indianapolis Colts. They also will be without D.J. Chark, who missed the whole week of practice with a shin injury.

Rookie running back Nathan Cottrell was also ruled questionable for Sunday’s game.

Earlier in the week, Doug Marrone indicated that Robinson would likely be ruled out, while Johnson never really had a chance to be active. Both are still dealing with injuries they sustained Week 15 against the Baltimore Ravens and could be moved to injured reserve Saturday if the Jags need space for practice squad additions.

Chark’s status was up in the air earlier in the week as he was dealing with the shin injury he sustained late against the Chicago Bears last Saturday. He left the game in the fourth quarter and wasn’t able to return in the process.

With the Jags being down two receivers, they have Laviska Shenault Jr., Keelan Cole, and Chris Conley active on the roster. They will undoubtedly turn to the practice squad to activate others at the position as they have Terry Godwin, Damion Willis, and Josh Hammond available to help. The Jags also have Craig Reynolds and Bruce Miller on the unit to help at running back if needed.