JACKSONVILLE – The news was relatively good for the Jaguars late Sunday morning.
With three starting offensive linemen questionable entering the weekend, the Jaguars announced late Sunday morning that only one – right tackle Jermey Parnell – will miss Sunday afternoon's game against the Los Angeles Chargers at EverBank Field.
Starting right guard A.J. Cann (triceps) and left guard Patrick Omameh (knee) – like Parnell, listed as questionable on the Jaguars' final injury report of the week Friday – will be active.
Parnell will miss with a knee injury. He had started 24 consecutive games and 39 of 40 since joining the Jaguars as unrestricted free agent before the 2015 season.
Josh Wells is expected to start at right tackle in place of Parnell.
Cann had missed last week's victory over the Bengals with the triceps injury. Center Brandon Linder had moved to guard with Shatley starting at center in that game. Linder will move back to center Sunday with Cann at right guard and Omameh at left guard.
Parnell was one of seven players de-activated an hour and a half before kickoff of the 1 p.m. game. The others:
Wide receiver Jaelen Strong, cornerback Jalen Myrick, nose tackle Eli Ankou, guard Chris Reed, offensive lineman William Poehls and defensive tackle Sheldon Day.
Also on Sunday, all four Jaguars running backs – Leonard Fournette, Chris Ivory, Corey Grant and T.J. Yeldon will be active. It's the first time this season all four have been active.