PITTSBURGH, Pa. – The Jaguars will be down a bit in the secondary Sunday.
Safety Andre Cisco and cornerback Tyson Campbell will miss the Jaguars' game against the Pittsburgh Steelers Sunday with hamstring injuries. The team announced the duo as inactive 90 minutes before kickoff at Acrisure Stadium.
Both players were listed as questionable on the Jaguars' final injury report of the week Friday, with Campbell missing last week's Thursday victory over the New Orleans Saints and Cisco leaving that game.
Montaric Brown started for Campbell against the Saints with Andrew Wingard expected to start in place of Cisco.
Left guard Walker Little, out the last two games with a knee injury, will be active against the Steelers.
The Jaguars' other inactives Sunday:
- Wide receiver Zay Jones
- Rookie outside linebacker Yasir Abdullah
- Offensive lineman Cole Van Lanen
- Rookie defensive lineman Tyler Lacy