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Jaguars make roster moves


The Jacksonville Jaguars today made four roster moves in advance of the team's Thursday night game against Tennessee. The club placed seventh-year defensive tackle Sen'Derrick Marks and rookie safety James Sample, the team's fourth-round selection in the 2015 draft, on the reserve/injured list. With two open roster spots, the club activated rookie wide receiver Rashad Greenefrom the reserve/injured-designated to return list and promoted second-year safety Craig Loston to the active roster from the team's practice squad.

Marks, who tore his ACL in the 2014 regular season finale, made his return and 2015 debut in Week 6 vs. Houston and played in four games before tearing his triceps in Week 10 at Baltimore. Marks had a successful repair of his torn triceps tendon by Head Team Physician Dr. Kevin Kaplan at the Jacksonville Orthopaedic Institute.

Sample, who appeared in the first four games of the season and made starts in Week 2 vs. Miami and Week 4 at Indianapolis, has been inactive the last five games with a shoulder injury.

Rookie wide receiver Rashad Greene, the team's fifth-round selection in the 2015 draft out of Florida State University, was originally placed on the reserve/injured-designated to return list on September 22, 2015. Greene returned to practice on November 4 and has been a full participant in every practice since. After being activated from the team's reserve/injured-designated to return list, Greene is eligible to play in tomorrow night's game against Tennessee.

Second-year safety Craig Loston, who was originally signed by the Jaguars as an undrafted rookie free agent in 2014, appeared in 13 games as a rookie and has been on the Jaguars practice squad for seven weeks of the 2015 regular season.

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