Defensive tackle Sen'Derrick Marks tore his ACL in Sunday's season finale, the team announced Monday.
With a daunting offseason rehab ahead, the Jags' best defender and one of the brightest spots on a young roster could be hindered entering 2015 season. Typical rehab from ACL injures (assuming no other ligament damage occurred) is six to nine months.
Marks compiled 44 tackles, 8.5 sacks, 20 QB hurries, three batted balls and 10 tackles for a loss. If he's not fully healthy by the start of next season, it could be a big loss for a Jags team looking to make a move in the AFC South.
Some other injury news we are following Monday: