CLEVELAND, Ohio – The Jaguars will have their leading rusher Sunday.
The news wasn't as good for the Jaguars along the offensive line, with two starters expected to miss the team's game against the Cleveland Browns.
Jaguars rookie running back Leonard Fournette, listed as questionable on the final injury report of the week, will be active against the Browns at FirstEnergy Stadium Sunday. The team did not include Fournette among seven de-activated players an hour and a half before kickoff.
Starting right tackle Jermey Parnell (knee) and starting left guard Patrick Omameh (quad), neither of whom practiced this week, among the inactives. Both were listed as questionable Friday.
Josh Wells will start in place of Parnell, and Chris Reed will start in place of Omameh.
Fournette, who practiced limited with an ankle injury Wednesday and Thursday, missed practice on Friday. The Jaguars listed him as questionable Friday.
The Jaguars' other five inactives Sunday: Cornerback Jalen Myrick, linebacker Blair Brown, nose tackle Eli Ankou, offensive lineman William Poehls and wide receiver Allen Hurns.
Hurns had been ruled out on Friday with an ankle injury. Keelan Cole will start at wide receiver in place of Hurns.