Three Jaguars recovering from concussions

BY foxsports • September 24, 2012

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- The Jacksonville Jaguars have three players recovering from concussions.

Receiver Laurent Robinson, fullback Montell Owens and cornerback Kevin Rutland left Sunday's game at Indianapolis with concussions. Fullback Greg Jones also took a blow to the head, but passed his concussion test and returned to the game.

Coach Mike Mularkey says Robinson, Owens and Rutland had tests Monday to determine where they are in their recoveries. He adds that he doesn't have those test results yet.

Mularkey says linebacker Daryl Smith (groin) won't play Sunday against Cincinnati. He sat out the first three games.

Guard Eben Britton (ankle), right tackle Cam Bradfield (ankle) and running back Rashad Jennings (knee) are expected to practice in a limited capacity Wednesday and could play against the Bengals. They were injured in the season opener.