Jaguars Running Back Dealing With Injury

He played just 12 snaps and had no touches for the first time in his career.

Now, Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Doug Pederson revealed on Monday that running back James Robinson has been dealing with knee soreness. 
Robinson wasn't on the injury report heading into Jacksonville's 23-17 Week 7 loss to the New York Giants, but he didn't get a carry and was targeted just once. 

The lack of usage with Robinson can likely be traced back to his knee soreness, though it's unclear how much this issue is expected to limit Robinson in the coming weeks. 

The running back's practice reports will be worth keeping an eye on heading into Week 8's game against the Denver Broncos.

Robinson has seen his role in the Jaguars' offense slowly decrease week over week, leading to 340 rushing yards and three touchdowns over the first seven games of the season.
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