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Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles underwent right wrist surgery Friday for a condition that kept him on the injury report all season, league sources told ESPN.

Bortles dealt with the issue in his throwing wrist since early December 2016. The Jaguars elected to avoid surgery last offseason and treat the injury with a variety of shots. The shots became less effective into the season and made the need for surgery inevitable.

The surgery repaired a small tear and full recovery is expected.

The Jaguars’ decision to pick up Bortles’ fifth-year option was somewhat of a gamble because the contract was guaranteed for injury, meaning he would be owed the full amount if he cannot pass a physical before the league year starts.

Bortles’ $19.053 million salary for the 2018 season becomes fully guaranteed if he’s on Jacksonville’s roster the first day of the league year in March; the Jaguars are prohibited from cutting Bortles while he is hurt or recovering from an injury.

Bortles had the best year of his career despite the wrist injury, completing 60.2 percent of his passes and throwing 21 touchdown passes and 14 interceptions. He appeared weekly on the injury report but did not miss a practice and did not appear on the game status report.

Backup quarterback Chad Henne’s contract also expires in March.

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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — The Jacksonville Jaguars’ run game still ranks first in the NFL, but the unit hasn’t been as productive over the past month.

Coach Doug Marrone is making fixing that issue a priority heading into Sunday’s game against the Seattle Seahawks at EverBank Field. The offense’s identity and success is tied to what happens on the ground, and improvement is vital for the final month of the regular season.

“We got off to a good start, and I think people have made a very conscious effort to stop us in the run game,” Marrone said. “It goes back to what I said in the beginning. When you are a good running football team, then you should always be able to run the ball when everyone knows you are running it. We are not at that level yet. We are working hard for it.”
Leonard Fournette has only 226 yards over the Jaguars’ past four games. AP Photo/Stephen B. Morton
The Jaguars were able to run the ball despite defenses stacking the box. Leonard Fournette averaged 5.9 yards per carry against eight-plus defenders in the box, and 35.4 percent of his carries came against that alignment in Weeks 1-9, per ESPN Stats & Information.

However, Fournette has averaged just 2.1 yards per carry against eight-plus defenders in the box over the past four weeks despite facing that alignment on 24.7 percent of his carries. Part of that is because of injuries to right tackle Jermey Parnell (knee) and left guard Patrick Omameh (quad). Fournette has also been dealing with an ankle injury and hasn’t had the same kind of burst as he did earlier in the season.

Even so, stopping Fournette and the run game, and putting the game on quarterback Blake Bortles, is still going to be the way defenses attack the Jaguars the rest of the season. Bortles is coming off the best game of his career, but that was against an Indianapolis Colts secondary decimated by injuries.

“It’s going to be hard for us, especially for the running game,” said Fournette, who has run for 226 yards and one touchdown on 77 carries (2.9 per carry) in the past four games. “We’re a running team first, so I don’t let it frustrate me too much because I know what I’m capable of and my O-line is capable of doing. It’s December, and it’s going to be hard to score, hard to get into the end zone.”

Fournette has run for 822 yards in 10 games and is on pace for 1,150 yards, which would be the second-highest total by a rookie in franchise history. Fred Taylor ran for 1,223 in 1998.

“As long as the team wins, I win. It’s not about me,” Fournette said. “I don’t care about getting 1,000 rushing yards. It’s frustrating sometimes, but it doesn’t matter, as long as we win.”