KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The Jacksonville Jaguars believe running back Corey Grant sustained a Lisfranc injury that is likely to end his season, sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter.
Jacksonville is down to only two healthy running backs after the foot injury knocked Grant out of Sunday's loss to Kansas City.
With Leonard Fournette inactive because of a hamstring injury, only T.J. Yeldon and Brandon Wilds were available for the rest of the game. The team also has fullback Tommy Bohanon available.
Grant was injured after an 8-yard run early in the second quarter and was helped off the field because he was unable to put any weight on his injured leg.
Fournette's status for next week's game at Dallas is uncertain because of the hamstring injury he aggravated in the first half of last week's game.
The Jaguars also lost left tackle Josh Wells and safety Tashaun Gipson for the remainder of Sunday's game because of groin and hamstring injuries, respectively.