Jaguars running back Leonard Fournette appears unlikely to play vs. Patriots

Leonard Fournette of Jacksonville Jaguars unlikely to play vs. New England Patriots but no final decision yet

The decision isn't final, but after failing to practice all week with a hamstring injury, the Jaguars consider it a risk to play Fournette, according to Schefter's report. Starting right tackle Marcus Cannon did not travel with the team due to a calf injury. The Jaguars promoted running back Brandon Wilds from their practice roster Saturday.

Jaguars defensive lineman Calais Campbell has apparently injured his knee this morning. However, Darlington adds, Campbell is truly questionable for Sunday's 4:25 p.m. kickoff at TIAA Bank Field. Last week in the Jags' season opener, the 2017 All-Pro and Pro Bowler was amongst the Jags' many standouts racking up three tackles and a sack against the New York Giants.

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Fournette, who did not practice at all this week, indicated recently that he'll be a game-time decision with his injury.

If Campbell doesn't play, rookie and first-round draft pick Taven Bryan likely would make his first career start. The Jags also have defensive end Dante Fowler Jr. returning from suspension, so he also could see extra snaps if Campbell misses Sunday's game, too.

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