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Old 09-13-2006, 10:24 PM   #31
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0-3 versus Jags in September?? Bill on MNF- sounds like a string is goin to be broken... and it ain't gonna be ours!!
Yeah, that's a weird record. I hear you guys are having unseasonally cool weather up north this week, some are thinking that might play a role when you come down here Monday. Who knows? I tend to think great teams overcome that type of stuff.
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Jags upgrade Peterson, add Jones to injury report

By The Associated Press
Sunday, September 17, 2006


JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Jaguars linebacker Mike Peterson was upgraded to probable for Jacksonville's game Monday night against defending Super Bowl champion Pittsburgh, while receiver Matt Jones was added to the injury report with a sore groin.
Jones didn't practice Saturday and was listed as probable.

"Matt has a little bit of a tight groin, so we rested him today," coach Jack Del Rio said. "He's OK. It's just that it was tight, so we kept him out of practice."

Five others remained questionable: tight end Marcedes Lewis (ankle), guard Chris Naeole, safety Gerald Sensabaugh (ankle), defensive end Paul Spicer (groin) and defensive tackle Marcus Stroud (ankle).

Naeole hurt his knee in practice Thursday, but tests revealed no damage. Del Rio said Naeole's status will be a game-time decision.

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