Jacksonville Jaguars Player News: Last 24 hours, All Positions

News: The Jaguars signed Powell to their practice squad Tuesday.
Impact: With all five receivers on the Jaguars' 53-man roster in seemingly good health entering Sunday's AFC championship against the Patriots, Powell isn't in line for a promotion. Instead, the Jaguars will likely evaluate him in practices for the duration of their postseason run before determining whether he's worthy of keeping around for their offseason program.
News: Mickens (hamstring) won't appear Wednesday on the Jaguars' first injury report of the week.
Impact: Mickens was listed as questionable heading into the Jaguars' eventual 45-42 win over the Steelers in the divisional round due to the hamstring injury, with Jacksonville ultimately ruling him inactive for the contest. It's unclear if the injury was the primary reason behind Mickens' absence or if the team's improved health at receiver played more of a factor in the 23-year-old being scratched. Regardless, if Mickens does suit up Sunday in the AFC championship against New England, he'll likely see most of his action on special teams, as was the case in the team's wild-card round victory over the Bills.
News: Fournette, who sprained his right ankle in Sunday's 45-42 divisional-round win over the Steelers, is expected to participate in practice Wednesday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Impact: Though it's uncertain if Fournette will take part in all of the team's drills in the Jaguars' first practice of the week, the fact that he'll be on the field in any capacity suggests he's in little danger of missing the AFC championship matchup with the Patriots this weekend. It has been an eventful past start to the week for the rookie, who was involved in a minor car accident Tuesday, two days after he delivered three touchdowns and 119 total yards to lead the Jaguars to victory. Fournette escaped the accident without any injuries, however, so it looks like the health of his ankle will be his only concern leading up to the showdown with New England.
News: Fournette was not injured after being involved in a minor automobile accident in Jacksonville, team announced Tuesday. The Florida Highway Patrol confirmed to local television station WJXT that Fournette was not at fault after his car was rear-ended as part of a three-vehicle collision.
Impact: "Leonard is OK and was able to drive home," the team said in a statement. "Appreciate everyone that has reached out to check on him." Fournette overcame a late second-quarter ankle injury in Jacksonville's 45-42 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers in an AFC divisional-round game on Sunday. He finished with 109 yards rushing and three touchdowns for the Jaguars, who will face the New England Patriots on Sunday.