Jaguars vs. Raiders injury report: Blaine Gabbert, Dwayne Gratz out

Rob Foldy-USA TODAY Sports

The Jaguars already have a myriad of injuries to deal with in Week 2 against the Raiders.

Not only did the Jacksonville Jaguars lose to the Kansas City Chiefs, 28-2, at home in Week 1, but they also added to their already long list of injuries.

Quarterback Blaine Gabbert is out for the team's Week 2 game after suffering a laceration on his throwing hand that required 15 stitches. Rookie cornerback Dwayne Gratz will also miss the game with an ankle injury, and tight end Marcedes Lewis is a good bet to miss his second straight game.

Two other Jaguars starters will be game time decisions. Guard Will Rackley and cornerback Alan Ball are both listed as questionable, and their statuses will be reconsidered on Sunday.

The Raiders will be without tight end David Ausberry and tackle Menelik Watson, while kicker Sebastian Janikowski may be held back by a calf injury.

Jaguars injury report


QB Blaine Gabbert (hand)

CB Dwayne Gratz (ankle)


TE Marcedes Lewis (calf)


LB J.T. Thomas (hamstring)

CB Alan Ball (groin)

G Will Rackley (knee)

WR Mike Brown (back)


G Uche Nwaneri (knee)

RB Jordan Todman (shoulder)

WR Cecil Shorts III (groin)

DT Roy Miller (knee)

Raiders injury report


TE David Ausberry (back)

OT Menelik Watson (knee)


K Sebastian Janikowski (calf)

S Tayvon Branch (shoulder)

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