The Jacksonville Jaguars players pulled off their sweat-drenched uniforms, some caked with dirt from the infield at O.co Coliseum, in a deflated locker room following Sunday’s 19-9 loss to the Raiders.
Meanwhile, Jaguars standout running back Maurice Jones-Drew was showered and dressed in a suit. The three-time Pro Bowler had his bags packed and was the first player to leave the locker room.
That’s never a good sign for the Jaguars.
Jones-Drew suffered a left ankle sprain midway through the second quarter and never was able to return to the game. The Jaguars said Jones-Drew would have an MRI to determine the damage, but that X-rays were negative.
“It’s a little loose in there from the sprain,” Jaguars coach Gus Bradley said. “They’ll re-evaluate him tonight and tomorrow.”
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