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Saturday primer: Time to play


LONDON – All went well, and now it's time to play.

The Jaguars on Friday afternoon traveled from the Grove Hotel in Chandler's Cross, England, to the Hilton Wembley next to Wembley Stadium, and with the move, the preparation phase of their week in London reached an unofficial end.

Officially, the Jaguars play the Dallas Cowboys Sunday, and Head Coach Gus Bradley said the Jaguars officially are ready.

"We had three really good days of practice," Bradley said late in the week as the Jaguars (1-8) prepared to play the Cowboys (6-3) at Wembley Stadium Sunday at 1 p.m. "I thought Wednesday our players took a little bit of time to get into it, but once we got going it was good."

Running back Denard Robinson said, "We feel comfortable and the fans are amazing. We appreciate the fans. I think we're going to be the home team."

The Jaguars on Sunday are expected to be with their full wide receiver corps after uncertainty in that area earlier in the week. Wide receiver Cecil Shorts III was listed as probable on the Friday injury report after missing practice Thursday with hamstring tightness, and rookie wide receiver Marqise Lee was listed as probable after rolling an ankle Wednesday.

Middle linebacker Jeremiah George (ankle) and guard Brandon Linder (shoulder) were ruled out Friday, as was defensive end Andre Branch (groin). J.T. Thomas will move into the middle to start for George, and Dekoda Watson will start at Otto linebacker for Thomas.

Jacques McClendon is expected to start for Linder.

Here's a look at Cowboys-Jaguars coverage this week on …



]( the Table: See which players and matchups to watch and so much more.[


]( Into Focus: Senior writer John Oehser's five things to look for during this week's matchup.[


]( Things: The 10 things the Jaguars must do to beat the Cowboys, according to Oehser.[


]( Locker Room: The latest update following the team's final practice of the week.



]( All Access: A look at what it takes to get the Jaguars to London for Sunday's game against the Dallas Cowboys.[


]( LIVE: This week's show had Gus Bradley as a guest and coverage from Blake Bortles' Wednesday press conference.[


]('Derrick Marks![](/team/roster/senderrick-marks/8da17f34-7a74-4375-8108-bc2cf25f15a1/ "Sen'Derrick Marks") Press Conference: Jaguars defensive tackle Sen'Derrick Marks talks about plaing in the U.K. and Jags defensive line.[


]( Bortles Press Conference: Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles talks about playing in London and the state of the Jaguars offense.[


]( Caldwell Press Conference: Jaguars General Manager Dave Caldwell talks to the media before Thursday's practice in the U.K.[


]( Video Mailbag: Oehser answers fan questions from across the pond in London.[


]( Few Good Minutes: Jaguars director of football logistics and facilities Hamzah Ahmad joins Senior Correspondent Brian Sexton to talk about planning the trip to London.[


]( Room Friday: Lageman looks back at the Bengals game and wide receiver Allen Hurns making plays for quarterback Blake Bortles.[


](' it with Scobee: Jaguars kicker Josh Scobee talks to locals and employees at the team hotel about their experience with the team this week.[


]( Bradley Press Conference: Watch Head Coach Gus Bradley's final press conference before the Jaguars game.[


]( Khan Interview: Jaguars Owner Shad Khan talks with Jaguars senior correspondent Brian Sexton about the London game and the state of the franchise.[


]( Your Opponent: The Jaguars try to find the meaning of a few British words and phrases.[


]( of the Round Table: Oehser, Sexton and Shadrick discuss several Jaguars topics heading into Week 10.[


]( Keys: Sexton goes to the Hyperscreen to break down the five keys to the game.



]( 5 Practice: Take a look at images from Jaguars practice on Wednesday.[


]( 6 Practice: Photos from the Jaguars' practice on Thursday.[


]( vs Jaguars Throwback Gallery: Images from previous matchups between the two clubs.[


]( Your Opponent Photos: Get a more in-depth look at the Jaguars' Week 10 opponent, the Dallas Cowboys.

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