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12/20/14 - QB Blake Bortles has a sore foot after playing against Tennessee, but the Jaguar say he came out of the game really well and there is little doubt he will play.
12/15/14 - QB Blake Bortles is questionable with a right mid-foot strain and is questionable for the Titans' game.
12/14/14 - QB Blake Bortles was cleared to play after suffering a right shoulder injury. However, he absorbed eight sacks and spent most of the day trying to further avoid the Ravens' aggressive pass rush. Bortles completed 21 of 37 passes for 210 yards, and an interception on a desperation throw in the final seconds. After the game, Bortles was wearing a boot on his right foot. "I don't think it's anything big," he said. "I feel fine. I hope it's all precautionary and I will be ready to go Thursday night."
12/11/14 - QB Blake Bortles practiced Wednesday with a right shoulder injury.
12/07/14 - QB Blake Bortles was disappointed the team could not come up with another big second-half performance. A week ago, the Jaguars trailed the New York Giants at halftime 21-3 but played one of their best halves of the season in outscoring the Giants 22-3 to win the game by a point. Many were thinking another strong second half on Sunday that would add to the Jaguars 13-10 halftime lead and seal another win. It wasn't to be. "We did some good things in the first half and were able to be productive and execute, but we were never able to get anything going in the second half," Bortles said. "We never could really get into a rhythm. We just really didn't make any plays." A total of 73 yards of offense in the second half supports Bortles' statement.