NFL injuries, AFC South: Blaine Gabbert goes down

Rob Foldy-USA TODAY Sports

The division didn't get overly banged up, although there are some important names on the list.

The Jacksonville Jaguars suffered a bruised ego on Sunday, a long with some actual injuries.

Quarterback Blaine Gabbert sustained a gash in his hand during the fourth quarter against the Kansas City Chiefs that required 15 stitches to close. Head coach Gus Bradley has already Gabbert is day-to-day but certain not to start Week 2 versus the Oakland Raiders.

Jacksonville also will be without rookie cornerback Dwayne Gratz who has a high ankle sprain, sidelining him for the next three weeks at minimum.

The Tennessee Titans could be without running back Shonn Greene this week against the Houston Texans after he left last Sunday's game with a knee injury. He's thought to be questionable. The Indianapolis Colts escaped their game against the Raiders relatively healthy, although tight end Dwayne Allen left with a hip issue, not to return.

On Monday night, the Houston Texans rallied from a 21-point deficit and didn't sustain any major injury. Good times for those boys.

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