BALTIMORE, Md. – The Jaguars' wide receiver corps will be full strength Sunday.
At the very least, it will be as close to full strength as possible, with Allen Hurns and Marqise Lee both active for the team's game against the Baltimore Ravens Sunday.
Hurns and Lee both had been listed as questionable on team's final injury report of the week Friday, with Hurns having sustained a foot injury on the final play of a loss to the Jets last Sunday and Lee having missed the last five games with a hamstring injury.
Setting the scene at M&T Bank Stadium as the Jaguars visit the Baltimore Ravens.
With Hurns and Lee active, the only Jaguars front-line receiver unavailable for Sunday is rookie Rashad Greene. He is on the team's injured reserve/designated-to-return status and is expected to be eligible to play against Tennessee in Jacksonville Thursday night.
The Jaguars declared seven players inactive 90 minutes before kickoff, including starting Otto linebacker Dan Skuta. Rookie Thurston Armbrister is expected to start in his place.
The Jaguars' other inactives: running back Toby Gerhart, safety James Sample, center Luke Bowanko, running back Joe Banyard, defensive tackle Michael Bennett and defensive end Chris Smith.