JACKSONVILLE, FLA. (AP) - Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback David Garrard is back at the team's facility, however, he isn't practicing and isn't expected to play at Kansas City.
Garrard, who sustained a concussion Monday night against Tennessee, is wearing dark sunglasses and hanging out with fellow quarterbacks Todd Bouman, Trent Edwards and Patrick Ramsey on the practice field.
Edwards, the backup, is taking snaps for the first time this week because of a badly sprained thumb on his throwing hand. But Bouman is getting most of the repetitions for the third straight day, making it likely he will start against the Chiefs on Sunday.
The Jaguars are expected to give the status of the quarterbacks later Friday.
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