Zay Jones, 3 other questionable Jaguars active vs. Titans

The Jacksonville Jaguars will have wide receiver Zay Jones back in the lineup for the first time since he re-injured his knee in Week 5.

None of the four Jaguars who were listed as questionable, which included Jones, appeared on the team’s list of inactives for a Week 11 game against the Tennessee Titans.

Jones, 28, suffered a knee injury in Week 2 and went down again in his return three weeks later. Earlier this week, the veteran receiver was arrested on a domestic battery charge.

The most surprising name on the list is defensive tackle DaVon Hamilton, who has struggled since returning from an infection that kept him out early in the season.

Defensive lineman Roy Robertson-Harris, rookie offensive tackle Anton Harrison, and rookie return specialist Parker Washington were the other three questionable Jaguars players.

The other significant loss for the Jaguars this week is Tyson Campbell, but it’s no surprise as the third-year cornerback was ruled out Friday due to a hamstring injury suffered last week.

For the Titans, three starters — wide receiver Treylon Burks, offensive tackle Andre Dillard, and cornerback Sean Murphy-Bunting — were already ruled out Friday

Tennessee’s two questionable players, guard Daniel Brunskill and linebacker Luke Gifford, are both active.

Story originally appeared on Jaguars Wire