Jacksonville, FL (Sports Network) - Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Blaine
Gabbert was able to participate in practice on Wednesday, while running back
Maurice Jones-Drew was held out.
Gabbert left Sunday's game against the Oakland Raiders with a left shoulder
injury. The second-year pro out of Missouri completed 8-of-12 passes for 110
yards and one touchdown in a 26-23 overtime loss at Oakland.
"I'm practicing today, and we'll just take it from there," a cagey Gabbert
said on Wednesday afternoon. I'm not a doctor, I don't really want to get into
all the medical details. You're always going to be in pain, whether it's your
arms, your legs, knees, neck. That's part of the game and you deal with it the
best you can."
Jones-Drew was sidelined by a foot sprain which will prevent him from playing
this Sunday against Green Bay. He totaled just six yards on two carries before
departing the Oakland contest.
In addition, wide receiver Laurent Robinson, who has missed the last two games
with concussion symptoms, passed a concussion test and was allowed to practice
on a non-contact basis only.
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