JACKSONVILLE – Jalen Ramsey is questionable for Sunday.
The Jaguars' game status report otherwise was essentially as expected two days before the team's game against the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday.
Ramsey, the Jaguars' All-Pro cornerback, practiced limited with a knee injury Thursday and Friday.
"It's 50-50," Head Coach Doug Marrone said of Ramsey as the Jaguars (3-2) prepared to play the Dallas Cowboys (2-3) at AT&T Stadium Sunday at 4:25 p.m. "We're just going to monitor the situation as it goes.
"If something happens there, we probably would have to make a move. We would be down a bunch of corners."
The Jaguars on Friday officially ruled out running back Leonard Fournette (hamstring), cornerback D.J. Hayden (toe), cornerback Tre Herndon (hamstring) and left tackle Josh Wells (groin). None of the four practiced this week, and Marrone had said Wednesday Fournette, Hayden and Wells would miss Sunday.
Marrone also on Friday said Fournette, Hayden and Herndon all ran on the side of practice. Marrone called that a "great sign."
"I think next week we'll be good listing them as questionable," Marrone said. "There's a good chance those guys will be able to play."
The six other players who had been listed on the game status report this week were removed from the report Friday, meaning they are expected to play Sunday. Those players:
Defensive end Calais Campbell (ankle), left guard Andrew Norwell (foot), right tackle Jermey Parnell (knee), defensive end Yannick Ngakoue (shoulder) and defensive tackle Malik Jackson. All were listed as practicing full Friday.
Marrone said he liked what he saw from running back Jamaal Charles this week. The Jaguars signed the four-time Pro Bowl running back Wednesday.
"He's a guy who's been around for a long time," Marrone said. "He looked good. Now, he's going to go out there and play Sunday in a game. He's played before. I feel very comfortable. He's brought a good presence.
"He's a guy who can catch the ball and run the ball, obviously. He's been around, so there's a little bit of a veteran presence."