JACKONVILLE – The Jaguars got more injury news Sunday morning.
As was the case the day before, it wasn't good.
Linebacker Myles Jack and cornerback CJ Henderson, two key starters for the 1-3 Jaguars' defense who entered the weekend listed as questionable, won't play against the Houston Texans (0-4) at NRG Stadium Sunday at 1 p.m. Both were made inactive 90 minutes before kickoff.
Defensive end Josh Allen, who also entered the weekend as questionable, was ruled out Saturday when he didn't travel with the team to Houston. All three were injured in a loss to the Cincinnati Bengals last Sunday – with Jack sustaining an ankle injury, Henderson sustaining a shoulder injury and Allen sustaining a knee injury.
The team early this week placed nickel corner D.J. Hayden on injured reserve with a hamstring injury sustained against Cincinnati.
The Jaguars' other three inactives Sunday: rookie quarterback Jake Luton, defensive tackle Daniel Ekuale and wide receiver Dede Westbrook.
The Jaguars will get three players back Sunday, with center Brandon Linder returning after missing two games with a knee injury. Linebacker Quincy Williams (core muscle) and Jarrod Wilson (hamstring) were activated off the injured reserve/designated to return list Saturday.