NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Trevor Lawrence officially is expected to play Sunday.
Lawrence, the Jaguars' starting quarterback, is expected to play against the AFC South-leading Tennessee Titans at Nissan Stadium Sunday. Lawrence, who missed practice Wednesday and Thursday this past week with a toe injury, was not among the Jaguars' inactive players for the game.
He was listed as questionable on the Jaguars' final injury report of the week.
The Jaguars listed six players as inactive 90 minutes before kickoff:
- Safety Andre Cisco (shoulder)
- Wide receiver Kendric Pryor
- Outside linebacker De'Shaan Dixon
- Linebacker Chad Muma (ankle)
- Defensive tackle Corey Peters
- Cornerback Tevaughn Campbell
Cisco will miss a second consecutive game with the injury, while Muma will miss after starting the last two games and sustaining an ankle injury in a loss to the Detroit Lions this past week. Lawrence sustained his toe injury against the Lions.
Wide receiver Zay Jones is expected to play after being listed as questionable entering the weekend with a chest injury. He also played through the injury against the Lions.