Jacksonville Jaguars receiver Mike Sims-Walker injured his shoulder in the second quarter of the team's exhibition opener Friday night against Philadelphia. Sims-Walker watched the second half with his arm in a sling, but both he and coach Jack Del Rio said after the game that they didn't believe the injury was serious.
Quarterback David Garrard threw to Sims-Walker on fourth-and-3 at the Philadelphia Eagles' 33-yard line. Sims-Walker leaped into the air to grab the pass and got his hands on the ball, but was sandwiched between two defenders and couldn't hang on. It was the last play for the Jaguars' first-team offense.
Hopefully this does turn out to be a minor injury, as the Jaguars would be lost without their top receiver. Sims-Walker is also a pretty good fantasy player, as he is a top-25 player in both our regular and PPR ratings.