Wide receiver Mike Sims-Walker, who suffered a strained shoulder when he was sandwiched by two Eagles players trying to catch a pass in the second quarter Friday night in Philadelphia, had his arm out of a sling Sunday.
But while he repeated it is not serious, he said there's no timetable for his return.
Sims-Walker, who was the Jaguars' leading receiver last year, had a tough opener as he dropped two passes, including the one he was hurt on.
"It was good to see on film that he got both hands on it and could have brought it in, but it was a pretty good pop," quarterback David Garrard said. "I'm not going to say you're going to make it every time. And I can also help him keep his feet on the ground and not exposing him like that. I know Mike knows and feels like he should have made that catch and I'm going to continue to do everything to help him make it easier for him. But like I said, it is the NFL and he's got to make that catch."