JACKSONVILLE — The Jaguars won't have their usual kicker Sunday.
The running back depth chart will also look different when the Jaguars play host to the Washington Redskins at TIAA Bank Field in Jacksonville Sunday at 1 p.m.
Josh Lambo, the Jaguars' kicker and one of the most reliable players at his position in the NFL, will miss Sunday's game with a groin injury. He was among seven players made inactive an hour and a half before kick off.
Veteran Kai Forbath, who signed with Jaguars as a free agent on Friday, will kick in Lambo's place Sunday.
Running back Carlos Hyde also was one of the Jaguars' inactives on Sunday. With Hyde out, starter Leonard Fournette, reserve TJ Yeldon and reserve Dave Williams will be the Jaguars' active running backs.
Other Jaguars inactives Sunday: wide receiver DJ Chark Jr., cornerback Tyler Patmon, linebacker Martrell Spaight, nose tackle Eli Ankou and right tackle Jermey Parnell.
Nick DeLuca will start at strong side side linebacker for Leon Jacobs, who was placed on injured reserve with a quadricep injury Friday. Josh Wells will start at right tackle for Parnell, with Ereck Flowers starting at left tackle.