Jaguars' Garrard has MRI to determine severity of ankle injury

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Jaguars quarterback David Garrard had
an MRI Tuesday to determine the extent of his sprained left ankle.

Garrard injured his ankle in Monday night's 29-7 loss to
Indianapolis. He limped into the locker room following the
second-quarter sack by Ed Johnson, got his ankle re-taped and
returned to the game. However, swelling increased during halftime,
forcing Garrard back to the bench. He finished 8-of-12 passing for
72 yards.

Coach Jack Del Rio said Garrard likely would miss at least one
game, adding he expects to have an update and a timetable for
Garrard's return Wednesday.

The Jaguars (4-2) open a three-game road trip Sunday at Tampa
Bay. Quinn Gray is expected to make his first career start. Gray
was 9-of-24 for 56 yards with two interceptions.