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Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Jaguars coach Doug Marrone said final determination will be made tonight and tomorrow, but it appears most of the team's starters will play against Miami on Thursday. Only starters Marrone ruled out are WR Marqise Lee (just off PUP this week), TE Geoff Swaim (foot) and DT Marcell Dareus (elbow). Jaguars should have their starting line working together for the first time since Week 2 of 2018 season with LT Cam Robinson and RT Jawaan Taylor expected to play. Others that won't play include RB Alfred Blue, LB Quincy Williams, TE Josh Oliver.

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Eight players no practicing today: LB Davis Tull (leg), DT Marcell Dareus (elbow), TE Josh Oliver (hamstring), TE Jeff Swaim (foot), TE Charles Jones (foot), LB Jake Ryan (knee), LB Quincy Williams (knee), RB Alfred Blue (ankle). Jaguars treating today as their Friday since they play on Thursday night so a lighter workout.

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Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Jaguars are in regular-season practice mode now, which means practices only open to the media for roughly 20 minutes. Nine players did not participate in Monday's practice: WR Chris Conley (illness), LB Davis Tull (leg), DT Marcell Dareus (elbow), TE Josh Oliver (hamstring), TE Jeff Swaim (foot), TE Charles Jones (foot), LB Jake Ryan (knee), LB Quincy Williams (knee), RB Alfred Blue (ankle). Jaguars have ended

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Jags' Lee returns after missing '18, eyes opener

Marqise Lee, who missed all of 2018 after suffering torn anterior cruciate, posterior cruciate and medial collateral ligaments in a preseason game, says he'll be ready for the 2019 season opener.

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Jaguars WR Marqise Lee (knee) was taken off the physically unable to perform list on Saturday and participated in practice. Lee is the Jaguars' most experienced receiver (171 career catches). He missed the 2018 season after suffering a severe knee injury during the third preseason game.

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Doug Marrone on QB Gardner Minshew, who threw for 202 yards in three quarters of work in the Jaguars' 24-10 loss to Philadelphia: "I thought that Gardner gave us a really good opportunity to win the game. … At the end of the day, he did a lot. He did a lot for me where I feel like he's done a good job. There's not a lot of snaps left. He'll get most of them coming up. ... With Gardner tonight, I was happy. He got us out of four things that a lot of young quarterbacks are not going to be able to do that. He's a bright kid. He's a smart kid. I think that he showed that he got better from the week before."

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Jaguars announce following players not expected to play against Philadelphia tonight: QB Nick Foles, RB Leonard Fournette, CB Jalen Ramsey, CB A.J. Bouye, WR Dede Westbrook, WR Chris Conley, WR Tyre Brady, S Cody Davis, CB D.J. Hayden, RB Ryquell Armstead, S Ronnie Harrison, LB Myles Jack, DE Lerentee McCray, LB Quincy Williams, C Brandon Linder, G Andrew Norwell, LT Cam Robinson, RT Jawaan Taylor, TE Charles Jones, WR Marqise Lee (PUP), and LB Jake Ryan (active/non-football injury).

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

More Jaguars Tuesday training camp report: Coach Doug Marrone has praised DT Taven Bryan over the past week and said today that Bryan is "starting to play really well. That's exciting for us." When asked earlier in the week what Bryan did well in the preseason opener (he didn't record a tackle) Marrone said that Bryan did a good job getting off blocks and getting into the backfield. Bryan was the team's first-round pick last year and had 20 tackles and one sack while playing behind Malik Jackson. The Jaguars need him to step up as the top backup at three-technique DT.

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Jaguars Tuesday training camp report: One of the more interesting position battles has been for the fourth, fifth and sixth receiver spots behind Dede Westbrook, DJ Chark and Chris Conley (Marqise Lee is still on PUP). Keelan Cole and Terrelle Pryor likely headline the list, but C.J. Board, Tyre Brady, Tre McBride, and Raphael Leonard have all had standout moments in camp. On Tuesday it was McBride who caught back-to-back TD passes from Gardner Minshew in 7-on-7. One was a leaping catch in the back of the end zone in which he managed to get both feet inbounds before falling to the ground. It was one of the better catches of camp.

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

More Monday Jaguars training camp report: Things got a little testy twice in the morning practice. S Ronnie Harrison knocked TE Ben Koycak to the ground, Koyack didn't like it, and the offense and defense exchanged words. Later in the practice, undrafted rookie LB Connor Strachan knocked RB Thomas Rawls to the ground and Rawls jumped up and grabbed Strachan's facemask, shook it, and said a few words. Neither of those moments resulted in anything more, though. The Jaguars have avoided any fights in camp.

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Jaguars Monday training camp report: LT Cam Robinson coming off PUP and doing individual drills and walk through was the main story of the day. Expect that to be the extent of what Robinson does for the rest of this week before he's clear for any contact work or full participating. "Everything I've been doing has been going well," Robinson said. "There's been good days and bad days. That's part of the rehab process, but we've been trending in the right direction so we kind of just want to keep that going.”

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Jaguars LT Cam Robinson going through drills for the first time this camp.

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Jaguars coach Doug Marrone said LT Cam Robinson will come off PUP today. That comes two days after Marrone said he wasn't sure if Robinson would be ready for the season. Marrone said medical staff told him today they were going to take him off and put him through individual drills. Marrone said he can't answer why that changed so drastically. "This morning I was told something different," he said. "Now I'm happy."

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