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Jaguars wide receiver Jamal Agnew out for the season; Christian Kirk’s window may open

Quarterback Trevor Lawrence also ‘making progress’ in rehabbing his right shoulder sprain

The Jacksonville Jaguars lost another wide receiver to injury.

But they could be getting two more back this week — perhaps even Christian Kirk — as well as quarterback Trevor Lawrence for Sunday’s game at Tennessee, where the Jaguars (9-7) will clinch the AFC South with a victory.

Jaguars coach Doug Pederson said on a Monday Zoom call that wide receiver/returner Jamal Agnew sustained a fracture in his left leg during Sunday’s 26-0 victory over Carolina and would be out for the season. It’s the second injury of the year for Agnew, who missed four earlier games with a shoulder issue.

Agnew was injured at the end of a 48-yard catch from C.J. Beathard during the first quarter at EverBank Stadium. The big play led to the first of four Brandon McManus field goals.

Agnew will be replaced at both spots by rookie Parker Washington, who caught eight passes for 88 yards with two touchdowns during the four games Agnew missed after hurting his shoulder against San Francisco on Nov. 12.

The good news is that the Jaguars might be able to activate the practice window this week for Kirk, the team’s leading receiver before he went down with a core muscle injury on Dec. 4 against Cincinnati.

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