Jaguars’ Folorunso Fatukasi questionable, Commanders’ Kam Curl out in final Week 1 injury report

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The Washington Commanders will be without starting safety Kam Curl for a Week 1 game against the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Curl, 23, was ruled out with a thumb injury on the Commanders’ final injury report of Week 1 and tight ends Logan Thomas and Cole Turner were both listed as questionable due to knee and hamstring injuries, respectively.

The Jaguars listed defensive lineman Folorunso Fatukasi as questionable for Sunday. The team also added offensive tackle Cam Robinson to the report with an ankle injury that limited him Friday, but he’s expected to be a full go Sunday.

Fatukasi, 27, participated in practice all week on a limited basis while dealing with a nagging calf injury that he re-aggravated during a preseason game.

“He did well,” Jaguars coach Doug Pederson said Friday of Fatukasi’s practices earlier in the week. “No setbacks. We’ve got to get through today, obviously. Today’s a big day. Fridays are our review days of the game plan, so if we get through today, then things look positive.”

The Jaguars signed the former New York Jets defensive lineman in March to a three-year, $30 million deal and Fatukasi is expected to start at defensive end in Jacksonville’s 3-4 defense.

Story originally appeared on Jaguars Wire