Jaguars Week 12 injury report: 2 defensive starters miss practice for Jags Wednesday

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The Jacksonville Jaguars had a total of eight players on their first injury report for their Week 12 game against the Atlanta Falcons, three of which didn’t practice. Included with the trio of non-participants was starting linebacker Myles Jack (knee) and cornerback Shaquill Griffin (concussion).

Jack has been on the injury report with a knee injury dating back to Week 10 but hasn’t missed a game in the process.

As for Griffin, he sustained a concussion in the first half of Sunday’s game against the San Francisco 49ers. It’s not clear when he sustained the concussion, but there was one play where Griffin made a huge hit on 49ers receiver Brandon Aiyuk during a 30-plus yard reception and bounced off him without wrapping up. Not too soon after that, it was reported that he sustained a concussion.

Aside from receiver Tavon Austin (shoulder), who also didn’t practice, every other player on the injury report was limited. That includes notables like running back James Robinson (heel/knee), cornerback Tyson Campbell (shoulder), punter Logan Cooke (knee), and safety Andre Cisco (groin). Both Campbell and Cisco exited Sunday’s game with their injuries, while Cooke and Robinson were on the previous injury report with their injuries.

As for the Falcons, the biggest notable to watch is running back Cordarrelle Patterson. He was limited on Wednesday after missing the Falcons’ last game, which was against New England.

For more on Atlanta’s injury report, head over to the Falcons Wire.