Jaguars defensive tackle Gary Walker and tight end Damon Jones underwent magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) exams on Monday at Baptist Medical Center to rule out any significant damage. In both cases the injury was diagnosed as a sprain with no expected complications.
Walker suffered a sprained left elbow in Sunday's 30-13 win over the Cincinnati Bengals. He left the game but later returned. Jones re-injured his right shoulder, which had been hurt October 18 against Buffalo. The injury forced him to miss the Jaguars' game the following week at Baltimore, though he returned to play in the last two games.
The status of both players will be updated on Wednesday on the Jaguars' weekly injury report.