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Jaguars QB Garrard will not travel to K.C.

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By PFW staff

Jaguars QB David Garrard returned to the team's facility on Friday but will not travel with them to Kansas City after suffering a concussion in their Week Six loss to the Titans, according to ESPN.

The Jaguars signed QBs Todd Bouman and Patrick Ramsey this week. Backup QB Trent Edwards sprained his right thumb in Monday night's loss. He is listed as questionable.

Bouman received most of the snaps at practice and likely will start against the Chiefs.

The way we see it

The Jaguars have quite the veteran backup QB derby going on and it looks like 38-year-old Bouman won. Bouman has not started at game since 2005, and the Chiefs' defense won't make life easy for him.




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