JACKSONVILLE – The Jaguars expected to be healthy, and that turned out to be the case.
The Jaguars as expected will enter Sunday's game against the Oakland Raiders with just one player ruled out because of injuries: second-year reserve tight end Neal Sterling.
Sterling, who also missed last Sunday's victory over the Chicago Bears with a foot injury, was one of seven Jaguars players ruled inactive 90 minutes before kickoff Sunday. The others: quarterback Brandon Allen, defensive end Chris Smith, running back Corey Grant, cornerback Josh Johnson, wide receiver Bryan Walters and offensive tackle Bryce Harris.
Grant's absence could wide receiver Marqise Lee returning kickoffs. Lee returned kickoffs when Grant was inactive with a toe injury against the Bears.