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Jaguars defensive end Jeff Lageman has been named AFC Defensive Player of the Week for his play in the team's 24-10 victory over the kansas City Chiefs last Sunday.

Lageman had two sacks, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery in addition to five tackles and three quarterback pressures in the game. He started at defensive end and also saw some time at defensive tackle because of injuries at that position.

Lageman is only the second Jaguars player ever to be named AFC Defensive Player of the Week. In 1995, S Darren Carrington received the honor for his play in the team's first-ever victory over the Houston Oilers. He is also the team's third player to be honored this year. PK maike Hollis was named AFC Special Teams Player of the Week for his play in the September 7 victory over the New York Giants, and RB James Stewart was honored following his five-touchdown performance October 12 vs. Philadelphia.


Pos Player Injury Availability

CB Aaron Beasley hip out

OT Tony Boselli ankle questionable

LB Kevin Hardy knee questionable

DE Tony Brackens ankle probable

S Mike Logan hand probable

QB Mark Brunell hip probable


Pos Player Injury Availability

DT Mike Halapin shoulder questionable

CB Darryll Lewis ankle questionable

QB Steve McNair sternum questionable

DE Anthony Cook ankle questionable

RB Eddie George ankle questionable

CB Steve Jackson ankle questionable

DE James Roberson knee questionable


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