JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) _ Jaguars quarterback David Garrard
practiced in a limited capacity Wednesday and could return against
Garrard ran without pain last week, but the real test was
getting through his first practice since suffering a high ankle
sprain October 22nd against Indianapolis.
The Jaguars started the season 4-and-1 thanks mostly to Garrard.
He injured his left ankle early against the Colts and sat out the
last two games.
Quinn Gray started in his place.
Coach Jack Del Rio says Garrard needs to be able to move well to
have a chance to play Sunday against the Titans, who are fourth in
the A-F-C with 22 sacks.
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