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Jaguars’ DL Jared Odrick declared out for Sunday’s game against Chiefs

August 28, 2015: Jacksonville Jaguars defensive lineman Jared Odrick (74) during the preseason game between the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Detroit Lions at Everbank Field in Jacksonville, Fl.
Photographer: David Rosenblum/Icon Sportswire

The Jacksonville Jaguars will be without defensive lineman Jared Odrick this week when they play the Kansas City Chiefs. According to their official injury report, he’s been declared out for the contest.

Odrick has been on the injury report just about all year now, so his absence will be nothing too new for the Jaguars. He missed the beginning of the season with an injury and when he finally did return a hip injury started to bother him.

He managed to play against the Chicago Bears a few weeks back with the hip ailment and then was surprisingly on the injury report for a quad issue last week. It’s now being listed by the Jaguars that he’ll miss the game this Sunday with a foot/ankle issue, so clearly getting healthy is going to be quite a feat for the former first-round pick.

Aside from Odrick, the Jaguars are a relatively healthy team at this point. Tight end Julius Thomas and offensive tackle Kelvin Beachum were both full participants at practice on Friday and they do not have injury designations. So they should be good to go this week.

Really the only question mark for Jacksonville this week will be cornerback Aaron Colvin. He’s been limited in practice all week with a calf issue and is officially listed as questionable.

The Jaguars (2-5) head to Kansas City on Sunday to play the Chiefs (5-2) at 1:00 PM EST.

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