CB - JAC
The Jacksonville Jaguars are placing 2020 first-round pick CB C.J. Henderson on the Reserve/COVID-19 list to begin training camp, per Field Yates of ESPN.
Presumably, this means Henderson has tested positive for COVID-19. He battled injuries in his rookie season but showed glimpses of strong play. He's a naturally gifted athlete, and in Week 1, he was PFF's highest-graded cornerback. It will be important for him to be with the team as much as possible as new Jaguars DC Joe Cullen installs his defensive scheme.
The Jaguars placed CB C.J. Henderson (groin) on injured reserve.
Henderson, the Jaguars' first-round pick in the 2020 draft, has been on and off the team's injury report this season. The 22-year-old will now be sidelined for at least three weeks. Their defense is in trouble against Pittsburgh this Sunday.
Jaguars cornerback CJ Henderson (shoulder) is active for the team's Week 6 matchup with the Lions.
Henderson missed last Sunday's game against the Texans. His return is a boost to Jacksonville's defense, but this game still offers shootout potential.
Jaguars' DB CJ Henderson is inactive for Sunday's Week 5 game against the Texans'.
Henderson was listed as questionable with a shoulder injury heading into Sunday but appears he is not quite healthy enough to take the field. Quincy Williams or Chris Claybrooks are both candidates to start for Jacksonville in Henderson's absence in Week 5.
Jaguars corner CJ Henderson (shoulder) is questionable for the team's Week 5 game against the Texans.
Henderson was limited on both Thursday and Friday during practice. His absence would be a boost for Will Fuller and the rest of the Houston aerial attack.