Jaguars WR Hurns 'very confident' he will play at Ravens

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) Jaguars receiver Allen Hurns practiced on a limited basis Friday and says he's ''very confident I'll be out there'' against Baltimore.

Coach Gus Bradley officially listed Hurns as questionable to play at the Ravens on Sunday, saying ''We just want to make sure he's feeling good and it's something that is progressing.''

Hurns has caught a touchdown pass in a franchise-record six consecutive games and has played in every game during his two-year career. He sprained his left foot Sunday, was in a protective boot Monday and missed two days of practice. He participated in a walk-through Friday, a promising sign.

Receiver Marqise Lee (hamstring) and linebacker Dan Skuta (groin) also are questionable. Safety James Sample (shoulder) suffered a setback and was ruled out.


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