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Jaguars RB Yeldon questionable vs. Bills


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Jacksonville Jaguars running back T.J. Yeldon is questionable with a groin injury for Sunday’s game in London against the Buffalo Bills.

Yeldon, who missed last week’s loss to the Houston Texans, took carries at a walk-through pace during Friday’s practice open to the media.

Jaguars coach Gus Bradley told reporters after practice that the team hopes to have a better idea about Yeldon’s status Friday night.

Yeldon is the Jaguars’ leading rusher with 291 yards and also has 15 catches for 73 yards and a touchdown. If Yeldon can’t play, Toby Gerhart, Bernard Pierce and Denard Robinson will be the top running backs available.

Bradley said he is “optimistic” that wideouts Allen Hurns (ankle/thigh) and Allen Robinson (lower leg) will play. Wide receiver Marqise Lee didn’t travel with the team due to a hamstring injury.

Safety James Sample (shoulder) is listed as doubtful and tight end Clay Harbor (abdomen) as questionable.

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