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WR Marqise Lee now questionable, LB LaRoy Reynolds released

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FOXBORO, Mass. – The Jaguars did some roster juggling Saturday afternoon.

They did so while downgrading the status of second-year wide receiver Marqise Lee for Sunday's game against the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro.

Lee, who returned to active status last Sunday against the Dolphins after being out for a month and a half with a hamstring issue, on Saturday was downgraded from his "probable" status on the Friday injury report to "questionable."

Lee, who returned to active status last Sunday against the Dolphins after being out for a month and a half with a hamstring issue, on Saturday was downgraded from his "probable" status on the Friday injury report to "questionable."

That means instead of being very likely to play he is considered 50-50.

The Jaguars while announcing Lee's status also announced they had elevated wide receiver Tony Washington from the practice squad to the active roster. That gives the Jaguas five active receivers: Allen Robinson, Allen Hurns, Lee, Bryan Walters and Washington. Hurns was listed as probable on the Friday injury report because of thigh soreness earlier in the week.

To make room on the active roster, the Jagauars released LaRoy Reynolds, a backup inside/outside linebacker and special teams player.

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