Despite suffering an abdominal strain against the San Francisco 49ers last Sunday, Jaguars offensive tackle Cam Robinson still wants to practice and play in this week’s regular-season finale at Tennessee

The Jaguars have already won the AFC South and are locked in as the No. 3 AFC playoff seed. Though technically not a lot is at stake for the Jaguars (unlike the Titans, who would clinch a playoff berth with a victory), Robinson said the team considers Sunday’s finale in Nashville a meaningful game.

“We’re still coming to work each day like it’s Week 1,” Robinson said Wednesday. “That’s our mentality, our DNA and how we’re made. Every game is important.”

Robinson is not alone.

Tight end Marcedes Lewis is pushing to play, too, despite sustaining an ankle injury that limited him during Wednesday’s practice.

“It’s super important to finish strong,” Lewis said. “I want to do everything I can to play.”

The Jaguars (10-5) are division champions for the first time since winning the AFC Central in 1999. They will be hosting their first home playoff game since the 1999 season on Jan. 6 or 7 at EverBank Field. The game was declared a sellout by the franchise on Wednesday.