Chris Ivory
RB JAC (5)
17 hours ago

Ivory (ankle/knee) practiced fully Thursday.

EDGE Analysis

Ivory worked fully Thursday after being limited in practice Wednesday, thus paving the way for him to be out there Sunday against the Colts in London, where he'll continue to work in tandem with fellow RB T.J. Yeldon.

Chris Ivory
RB JAC (5)
2 days ago

Ivory (ankle/knee) was limited at practice Wednesday.

EDGE Analysis

In his regular season debut this past Sunday against the Ravens, Ivory finished with 12 carries for just 14 yards, while coming out of the game with ankle and knee issues. His Wednesday practice limitations indicate that Ivory is still banged up to some degree, but being able to practice in any capacity, bodes well for his chances of suiting up against the Colts in London on Sunday.

Chris Ivory
RB JAC (5)
4 days ago

Ivory sprained both his knee and ankle during Sunday's loss to the Ravens.

EDGE Analysis

Ivory made his season debut Sunday after missing Jacksonville's first two games due an undisclosed medical issue, but now has a pair of new maladies to start this week. While the rugged runner was able to play though his knee and ankle sprains, Ivory finished with 12 rushes for just 14 yards. If he's limited by his latest ailment ahead of Sunday's Week 4 matchup with Colts in London, T.J. Yeldon could see the bulk of the Jaguars' backfield work, which was the case when Ivory was out to begin the campaign.

Chris Ivory
RB JAC (5)
5 days ago

Ivory (illness) made his season debut in Sunday's 19-17 loss to the Ravens, carrying 12 times for just 14 yards and hauling in his only target for an additional nine yards.

EDGE Analysis

Ivory was finally able to participate in game action after dealing with an undisclosed medical issue of late, but he was obviously not at 100 percent Sunday, as he averaged a miserable 1.2 yards per carry and left the game at one point before returning. Ivory received 13 touches, compared to just eight for an equally ineffective T.J. Yeldon, and the two figure to split the workload moving forward. However, it remains to be seen if Ivory is simply rusty or if he is still suffering from the condition that caused him to go to the hospital just a week ago. The Jags will host the Colts in Week 4.

Chris Ivory
RB JAC (5)
5 days ago

Ivory (illness) is listed as active for Sunday's game against Baltimore.

EDGE Analysis

Ivory, who missed the Jaguars' first two games with an undisclosed medical issue, was listed as a full practice participant both Thursday and Friday, and is now in uniform Sunday, poised to make his regular season debut. In Week 3, he's a candidate to eat into the workload of fellow RB T.J. Yeldon, who didn't excel while dominating the Jags' backfield touches the past two weeks, gaining just 67 yards on 28 carries (2.4 YPC). When fully healthy and seeing his full range of snaps, Ivory is a punishing runner, who can do damage on both early downs and near the goal line.

Chris Ivory
RB JAC (5)
7 days ago6 Comments

Ivory (illness) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against Baltimore.

EDGE Analysis

Ivory logged full practices Thursday and Friday, with head coach Gus Bradley saying Friday morning that the 28-year-old running back should be able to play, according to John Oehser of the Jaguars' official site. Assuming he does in fact make his first appearance of the season, Ivory figures to have a key role on early downs and near the goal line, likely taking a major chunk out of T.J. Yeldon's workload. Yeldon struggled while dominating touches the past two weeks, gaining just 67 yards on 28 carries (2.4 YPC) and 40 yards on 12 catches.

Chris Ivory
RB JAC (5)
1 week ago

Ivory (illness) took part in a full practice Thursday, Jaguars.com reports. "He's doing well out there, and I know he feels much better out there obviously," coach Gus Bradley said.

EDGE Analysis

While Bradley's quote still doesn't offer much of a window into what, exactly, kept Ivory out of the first two games of the season, it's certainly good news to see Ivory going through a full workout. Ivory remains questionable for the Jags' Week 3 matchup with the Ravens, and while he admitted that he's still working himself back into shape, he hinted that he believes he could make his debut Sunday. "I'm not sure how well-conditioned I am at this point," Ivory said, "but I think I'm well-conditioned enough to play on Sunday."

Chris Ivory
RB JAC (5)
1 week ago

Ivory (general medical issue) will return to practice in limited fashion Wednesday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports

EDGE Analysis

The situation surrounding Ivory's injury remains clouded, but his return to the practice field is certainly an encouraging sign. Still, it's unknown whether he'll be cleared in time to suit up for Week 3's matchup against the Ravens. Through the first two weeks of the season, T.J. Yeldon has taken on a larger role in the absence of Ivory, but the pair are expected to split the workload fairly evenly once Ivory returns.

Chris Ivory
RB JAC (5)
2 weeks ago1 Comment

Ivory (general medical issue) has been ruled out for Sunday's game in San Diego, John Oehser of the Jaguars' official site reports.

EDGE Analysis

Ivory was in the hospital from Sunday to Tuesday due to a medical issue that the team hasn't provided details about. He also dealt with a calf injury leading up to his Week 1 absence, but there's been no indication it's still an issue. With Ivory sitting out the regular-season opener, T.J. Yeldon played 63 of the 72 offensive snaps, recording 21 carries and four receptions (on six targets), while Denard Robinson had just three touches on eight snaps.

Chris Ivory
RB JAC (5)
2 weeks ago5 Comments

Ivory (undisclosed) did not take part in Friday's practice, Hays Carlyon of the Florida Times-Union reports.

EDGE Analysis

Ivory is back with the Jaguars and is no longer dealing with the medical issues that forced him to sit out the season opener. However, he did not practice at all this week and may need to get back in playing shape, so he could be looking at another game on the sideline.