Jaguars make several transactions before Week 16’s game against the Bears

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With running back James Robinson set to miss Sunday’s game against the Chicago Bears, the Jacksonville Jaguars decided to bolster their numbers at running back Saturday. They activated both Craig Reynolds and fullback Bruce Miller through standard practice squad elevation.

The Jags also signed cornerback Quenton Meeks to the active roster off their practice squad and elevated offensive lineman Tre’Vour Wallace-Simms via COVID-19 replacement. Both were promoted to the active roster last week, too.

Sunday will mark Reynolds’ second game as a Jag after he participated in Week 12’s game against the Cleveland Browns. He took the field for five special teams snaps in the process.

Miller has already participated in seven games this season and started in four with the Jags. He’ll enter Week 16 with one reception for two yards.

Meeks will be taking the field for the third time this season in a Jags uniform. He re-joined the team three weeks ago (went undrafted to them in 2018) when they signed him to their practice squad (Dec. 7). After taking the field Weeks 14-15, he’ll enter the week looking to register his first statistics though he has registered 12 special teams snaps with the Jags this season.

As for Wallace-Simms, Sunday will mark his third game, too. He took part in the Jags’ last two games and registered five snaps in the process.