Cleared by doctors on Monday, Jaguars middle linebacker Paul Posluszny returned to practice Wednesday and “absolutely” intends to play Sunday at Houston. Posluszny sustained a concussion late in the Jaguars’ win Nov. 10 at Tennessee and missed the loss to Arizona. “I would be really, really disappointed in myself if I don’t play on Sunday,” Posluszny said in the locker room today. “I don’t see anything happening that would [prevent him playing]. If I start running around and going through practice and don’t feel right, then we’ve got to be careful. But I worked out Monday and Tuesday and felt good moving around a little bit today [during the walk-through].” Posluszny described how he was injured. “Quarterback scramble, I was in my drop and then came downhill trying to make the tackle and [Andre] Branch was chasing him,” he said. “Quarterback slides and we both kind of go in there and I get helmet-to-helmet right in the sweet spot, the side of the head.” Posluszny got to his feet after the play but was wobbly.
Jaguars LB Paul Posluszny ready to return
Florida Times Union | Nov 21