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In and out: Hyde out

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CINCINNATI, Ohio – The Jaguars will be without running back Carlos Hyde Thursday.

Hyde, a reserve in the first three weeks of the season, was among six inactive players announced by the Jaguars Thursday 90 minutes before kickoff of the team's prime-time matchup with the Cincinnati Bengals in Paul Brown Stadium on Thursday Night Football.

Also inactive for the Jaguars: defensive lineman Roy Robertson-Harris and kicker Josh Lambo, both of whom were ruled out Wednesday. Robertson-Harris will miss a second consecutive week with an ankle injury.

Lambo, who missed all three of his field-goal attempts in the first three games of the season – and who missed two of three extra points in a Week 3 loss to the Arizona Cardinals – will be inactive after missing practice Tuesday and Wednesday for personal reasons.

Matthew Wright, signed to the practice squad Monday and elevated from the practice squad Thursday morning, will kick for the Jaguars Thursday. Wright, who played collegiately at Central Florida, made four of four field goals in three games with the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2020.

Also inactive: defensive end/linebacker Jordan Smith, rookie defensive tackle Jay Tufele and cornerback Nevin Lawson.

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