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Jacksonville Jaguars star Maurice Jones-Drew has suffered a strained hamstring, reports cbssports

In the fourth quarter on Friday, Jones-Drew had to leave the field of play as the the Jaguars beat the Houston Texans 27-20 at the EverBank Field.

The Jaguars were forced to play Jordan Todman and Denard Robinson at running back in the absence of Jones-Drew. 

And now Jaguars coach Gus Bradley has revealed that Jones-Drew will now undergo an MRI. It's a devastating blow for the running back, especially after he was in such fine form during the match with the Texans.

The Jaguars will now have to wait and see just how long Jones-Drew will be on the sidelines for. After victory in their latest match, they will now turn their attentions to the Buffalo Bills who they face on December 15.

It remains to be seen as to whether Jones-Drew will have any chance of returning for that clash. 

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