The Jacksonville Jaguars’ injury report dictated something had to happen.
Leonard Fournette’s hamstring hasn’t been getting any better. No one knows how long it will take to heal. Third-string running back Corey Grant was on injured reserve along with the team’s top two left tackles (Cam Robinson and Josh Wells) and starting tight end Austin Seferien-Jenkins. They had to put tight end Niles Paul on injured. When Marqise Lee went down with a knee injury in the preseason, Blake Bortles was without his top three receivers from a year ago.
So, Friday’s Carlos Hyde trade made total sense.
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