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Following Friday night's 24-10 preseason win over the New York Giants, the Jaguars have several players who are out because of injuries. The following players are expected to miss the remainder of the preseason:

LB James Hamilton suffered a fractured fibula in his left ankle and WR Jermaine Ross suffered a fractured ulna in his left arm in last night's preseason game against the New York Giants. Hamilton is expected to be out 4-6 weeks, and Ross is expected to miss 5-6 weeks.

DE Tony Brackens suffered an interosseous sprain of his left ankle in the game (not the ankle he injured during the 1997 season).

G Rich Tylski will undergo an arthroscopic procedure because of soreness and swelling in his right knee throughout training camp. Tylski played approximately half of the offensive plays Friday night.

DT Don Davey will undergo a diagnostic arthroscopic procedure on his right knee because of inflamation and soreness. It is the same knee Davey injured last November 9 against Kansas City, when he suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament.

In addition, last Thursday S Chris Hudson underwent surgery to repair a torn ligament in his right thumb. He suffered the injury in practice on Wednesday.


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