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Jags' Jones-Drew, Gabbert leave game with injuries

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ALAMEDA, Calif. (AP)

Jacksonville Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew and quarterback Blaine Gabbert left Sunday's game against the Oakland Raiders in the first half with injuries.

Jones-Drew left in the first quarter with an injured left foot and Gabbert was replaced by Chad Henne in the second quarter with a left shoulder injury. The Jaguars said the return for both players is questionable.

Jones-Drew played two snaps before leaving the field. He got his foot re-taped on the sideline and then went to the locker room. Jones-Drew leads the Jaguars with 408 yards rushing.

Gabbert threw a 42-yard touchdown pass to Cecil Shorts III in the first quarter before leaving the game.

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