JACKSONVILLE – As expected, the Jaguars enter Saturday a beat-up team.
Rookie Brandon Allen, inactive as the third-team quarterback in every game this season, was the only healthy player among the Jaguars' seven game-day inactives for their regular-season home finale against the Tennessee Titans at EverBank Field Saturday.
The Jaguars also de-activated six other players an hour and a half before kickoff. All were injured. They were:
Wide receiver Arrelious Benn (concussion), defensive tackle Jordan Hill (calf), wide receiver Allen Hurns (hamstring), linebacker Sean Porter (hamstring), running back Denard Robinson (ankle) and tight end Neal Sterling (concussion).
Benn and Sterling both were in the concussion protocol this week, and Hill and Porter also sustained their injuries in a loss at Houston last week. Hurns will miss a fourth consecutive game and Robinson will miss a third consecutive game.
The Jaguars placed cornerback Aaron Colvin (ankle) and offensive guard Chris Reed on injured reserve Saturday.