JACKSONVILLE – The Jaguars' will be down at cornerback Sunday.
Rookie cornerback Tyson Campbell, who moved into the starting lineup last week, was among five players deactivated by the Jaguars Sunday an hour and a half before kickoff of the team's game against the Tennessee Titans at TIAA Bank Field in Jacksonville.
Campbell, who will miss the game with a toe injury after being listed as questionable entering the weekend, played as the team's nickelback to start the season. He moved into the starting lineup before the Jaguars' last game – a 24-21 loss to Cincinnati – after the team traded former starter CJ Henderson to the Carolina Panthers.
The Jaguars' other inactives for Sunday:
Kicker Josh Lambo, defensive lineman Roy Robertson-Harris, defensive end/linebacker Lerentee McCray and defensive end/linebacker Jordan Smith. Matthew Wright was elevated from the practice squad for a second consecutive week and will handle extra points and kickoffs for the Jaguars Sunday.
Robertson-Harris will miss a third consecutive game with an ankle injury.
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