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Travon Walker is officially active for Jacksonville's game against Houston in Week 17.
Walker missed the last two games due to an ankle injury. His presence will make things even harder for Davis Mills & Co.
The Jacksonville Jaguars have officially listed defensive lineman Travon Walker as inactive for primetime, the former No. 1 pick in the 2022 NFL Draft.
Walker will miss his second game in a row with an ankle injury, one of two DL starters for the Jaguars who will miss the game, along with Folorunso Fatukasi. WR Kendric Pryor, CBs Montaric Brown and Gregory Junior, LB De'Shaan Dixon and OL Cam Robinson are all inactive as well.
Travon Walker has been ruled out for Thursday's game against the Jets.
Walker left the Jaguars game early a couple of weeks ago due to the ankle injury and he'll miss another week. The Jaguars defense struggled last week against the Cowboys. They'll look to get to Zach Wilson now as they find themselves right in the middle of the AFC South race.
Travon Walker said his foot feels good on Friday but he's taking things day by day and hopes he'll be able to play Sunday.
Walker suffered the injury this past week. He missed practice on Wednesday, but it sounds like he has a chance to suit up where the Jaguars will really need him against Dak Prescott and the Cowboys offense.
Travon Walker is reportedly day-to-day with a high ankle injury.
Walker left last Sunday's game early after forcing a fumble on Ryan Tannehill. His absence would be a huge blow to the Jaguars defense this Sunday against the Cowboys.