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Jacksonville Jaguars running back Leonard Fournette put on another show Sunday vs. the Los Angeles Rams but suffered an ankle injury late in the game.

The former LSU star was later cleared to re-enter but remained on the sideline for the final minutes of the game. Fournette later told reported the injury was "nothing serious."

Prior to leaving, Fournette rushed for 130 yards, including this 75-yard touchdown on the Jaguar's first offensive snap.

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TheFlyingTiger78 months
LF is not a small person. those other two are huge people.
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eugene1928LSU78 months
3 great Tigers right there. 2 of the 3 may make the HOF. Whitworth still pancaking D-linemen after a lot of years.
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Placebeaux78 months
Made those guys look slow
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OweO78 months
Fournette was absolutely built for the NFL. I appreciated his time at LSU, but this guy is perfect for the league. In college, they could stack the line and stop him, in the NFL you can't stack the line and there isn't many linebackers or DBs who could go one on one with him so if his line just gives him a little bit of room, he is lights out.
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LuzianaFootball78 months
3 generations of greatness. Have to make these players' time here count with more championships.
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