JACKSONVILLE – Marqise Lee and Cam Robinson won’t be practicing when training camp begins.
The same is true of rookie running back Ryquell Armstead, with the Jaguars on Tuesday announcing that the trio will be on the Physically Unable to Perform list when 2019 Jaguars Training Camp begins Thursday.
The Jaguars also signed first-year defensive lineman Lyndon Johnson, who originally signed with the team as a rookie free agent following the 2018 NFL Draft – and who appeared in three games during his rookie season.
Lee, a sixth-year veteran wide receiver, missed last season with a preseason knee injury that included a torn anterior cruciate ligament. Robinson, a third-year left tackle, missed the last 14 games last season with a torn ACL sustained in a Week 2 victory over New England. Head Coach Doug Marrone had said late in minicamp in June that the two players likely wouldn’t participate fully early in training camp.
Armstead, a fifth-round selection from Temple University expected to push for the backup job behind starter Leonard Fournette, sustained a hamstring injury late in the on-field portion of the team’s offseason program.
The Jaguars on Wednesday also placed rookie offensive lineman Donnell Greene and fifth-year linebacker Jake Ryan on the team’s Active/Non-Football Injury list. The Jaguars now have 90 players on their 90-man active roster.
Players on PUP and Active/Non-Football injury lists may attend meetings, but may not practice – and they also count toward the team’s 90-man roster during the preseason and training camp. Players can be activated from both lists can be activated at any time during the preseason and camp.