NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport added that Mack broke a metacarpal in his right hand, a common fracture, per a source. The RB can play with a splint on his hand when he returns.
Mack fractured the hand early in the third quarter, which brought an abrupt end to what had been a fantastic first half-plus. On the day, the running back repeatedly dashed through the Jags defense, providing highlight plays en route to 109 rushing yards on 14 carries and a TD.
Here are other injuries we are monitoring Monday:
The Chiefs announced the following inactives for "MNF": DE Alex Okafor, TE Blake Bell, OL Nick Allegretti, OL Jackson Barton, RB Darwin Thompson, QB Chad Henne and CB Kendall Fuller.
»Detroit Lions coach Matt Patricia said the status of quarterback Matthew Stafford (back) has not changed. After missing the past two games, he remains "week to week."
»Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said he is optimistic about having receiver Tyler Lockett (leg contusion) against the Eagles, but he has to show progress in practice through the week. Carroll also said tight end Luke Willson (hamstring) is unlikely to play, which could lead to Ed Dickson being activated off IR.
»The Denver Broncos haven't ruled out activating rookie quarterback Drew Lock this week to be the backup, but it's not likely, NFL Network's James Palmer notes. Lock will get scout team reps this week along with some other reps with the offense, which is similar to last week.
»Houston Texans offensive lineman Seantrel Henderson has been released off the non-football injury list, Rapoport reported, per a source informed. He was dealing with a slight back injury, but he's healthy now, Rapoport added.
The Texans did not practice either. Wide receiver Will Fuller (hamstring) was listed as limited, while quarterback Deshaun Watson (ankle) appeared on the injury report but as a full participant.
»Indianapolis Colts tight end Eric Ebron (ankle), wide receiver T.Y. Hilton (calf), running back Marlon Mack (hand), and cornerback Rock Ya-Sin (ankle) were listed as limited participants in an estimated injury report. Indianapolis, which plays Houston on Thursday, is not practicing Monday.