It looks like the Jacksonville Jaguars will have three of their top offensive players on the field for Sunday's game at Indianapolis.
Head coach Urban Meyer said Monday that injured quarterback Trevor Lawrence (ankle) and running back James Robinson (heel) will be limited this week because of their injuries, but he expects both -- along with injured left tackle Cam Robinson (back) -- to play against the Colts.
Robinson did not play against the Bills because of a bruised right heel his suffered in the Jaguars' Oct. 31 loss at Seattle. Robinson did not practice last Wednesday or Thursday, was limited Friday, and tested his foot out during pregame warmups before the team decided he couldn't play against Buffalo, the story said. Meyer said he expects Robinson to be limited early in the week. As we reported earlier today, Lawrence should be good to go after an ankle injury this past week.
Jaguars QB Trevor Lawrence, who injured his ankle and returned to the game, suffered a low-ankle sprain.
Things didn't look good for Lawrence right after the injury happened, but he was able to continue in the game, which was a low-scoring, upset win over the Bill. Rapoport said Lawrence will likely be limited this week in practice, but the good news is X-Rays were negative and there was little structural issues. Rapoport said Lawrence will continue to receive treatment as he did after the game.