Jaguars' Posluszny has hand surgery, still could play



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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) — Jaguars linebacker Paul Posluszny had surgery Wednesday to repair a broken right hand, but hasn't been ruled out against Indianapolis.

Coach Gus Bradley said it's possible that Posluszny could play with his hand in a cast and heavily wrapped.

Bradley says, "We're just waiting to see about his availability. We do know that if he played, he would play with a cast on. ... The big thing would be the challenge to see what he can do with a club if that's what it is."

Posluszny injured his hand late in a loss to Tennessee on Sunday.

Also Wednesday, fellow linebacker Dan Skuta (groin) returned to practice in a limited capacity. He has missed three of the last four games.

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