NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Allen Hurns is back and Cam Robinson is out.
The status of those two players was the primary news for the Jaguars Sunday when the team announced inactives for the 2017 regular-season finale.
Hurns, a wide receiver who has missed the last six games with an ankle injury, was not among the team's inactives announced an hour and a half before kickoff for its game against the Tennessee Titans at Nissan Stadium Sunday at 4:25 p.m.
Robinson, the Jaguars' rookie starting left tackle, was among the seven players made inactive. He was limited in practice this past week with an abdomen injury sustained in a loss at San Francisco last Sunday and will miss his first NFL start against Tennessee. Josh Wells will start at left tackle.
The Jaguars' other inactives Sunday: Wide receiver Marqise Lee (ankle), wide receiver Montay Crockett, defensive tackle Abry Jones (back), running back Chris Ivory, offensive guard Chris Reed and offensive lineman William Poehls.
Lee will miss a second consecutive game. Dede Westbrook will start a second consecutive game in his place.