JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) - The Jacksonville Jaguars will be without running back Maurice Jones-Drew for Thursday night's game against Indianapolis.
Coach Mike Mularkey ruled Jones-Drew out Monday, no surprise since he's still wearing a walking boot on his sprained left foot and using a push cart to get around the facility.
Jones-Drew has missed the last two games, both after injuring his foot on the first play against Oakland on Oct. 21. Rashad Jennings will continue to start in Jones-Drew's place.
Mularkey says Jones-Drew's injury doesn't appear to be season ending. He says ``every game that he stands on that sideline, he gets healed a little more just because he wants to play.''
But the coach says Jones-Drew also is questionable to play Nov. 18 at Houston.

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