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Porter 'not likely' to play


Wide receiver Jerry Porter is officially listed as "questionable" for Sunday's game in Indianapolis, but Jaguars coach Jack Del Rio told reporters Friday afternoon that Porter is "not likely" to play.

"(He's) not quite ready to be used, yet," Del Rio said of Porter, who is recovering from July hamstring surgery and has yet to play in a game this season.

Linebacker Justin Durant is one of four players who are listed as "out" for Sunday's game. Durant sustained a groin injury in Sunday's loss to the Buffalo Bills. Wide receiver Troy Williamson (thigh), guard Chris Naeole (knee) and center Brad Meester (biceps) are also "out."

Running backs Fred Taylor (toe) and Maurice Jones-Drew (ankle) and safety Brian Williams (toe) are "probable."

Del Rio described his team as "ready to go."

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