Jacksonville Jaguars RB Leonard Fournette says hamstring improving, optimistic for Sunday

Rex Christensen
September 14, 2018

Fournette did not practice for the second consecutive day but said he started running on Thursday.

Fournette said he feels comfortable playing Sunday even if he doesn't practice this week.

"It's definitely the most important game of my life", said Jack. "I like it now". In order to win, it goes without saying the Jags will need to play a complete game and play much better offensively than they did Week 1. "Stayed out because "they were being cautious" he said", she tweeted. "It's their call about the speed and the tempo of what they want me to do". Marrone hopes the running back will be able to test his hamstring in practice by Friday.

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As New England held off Houston, 27-20, last Sunday in its season opener, the Jaguars beat the New York Giants on the road by five.

"Of course any person would give anything to play", Fournette said. So, it's going to be a great environment for football - 4:30 game, so everyone's going to be watching. We'll see where things stand come Sunday afternoon.

Marrone told reporters that he did not watch the tape from the Eagles' victory over the Patriots in last year's Super Bowl either, although he added that his defensive and offensive coaches "obviously" did ahead of this weekend's game. "Every game counts to me as far as a player and one of the leaders on this team". Fournette carried the ball 14 times for 41 yards and caught three passes for 14 yards before exiting in the second quarter. "And I don't think that Brady will probably want to stick around with any place that doesn't want him". "I felt it pop before I got hit".

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