Jaguars RB Leonard Fournette expected to practice despite ankle injury


But there are few things worse than rear-ending someone in an expensive auto who's the starting running back for your local National Football League team - and they're facing the New England Patriots in the AFC Championship game in five short days.

Even if the Jaguars fall to the Patriots this Sunday, they have already far exceeded expectations, winning the AFC South, eliminating the Buffalo Bills in the wild card round of the playoffs and then defeating the Pittsburgh Steelers at Heinz Field for the second time this year.

"I wasn't really anxious about it", Fournette told USA TODAY Sports about the fender-bender.

Leonard Fournette (left) is seen with a state trooper at the crash scene on Tuesday.

Fournette was not at fault during the accident and did not sustain an injury.

I wasn't really anxious about it, but the amusing thing is, it was Pittsburgh fans.

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'They were from Pittsburgh, ' Fournette added. "They came to Jacksonville to drop the in-laws off".

Fournette said that he would need "a whole new car" to replace his pricey luxury coupe.

Appreciate everyone that has reached out to check on him.

Sgt. Dylan Bryan of the Florida Highway Patrol described the three-car collision as a "chain-reaction" accident on Interstate 295 near Jacksonville's Dames Point Bridge.

RB Leonard Fournette was involved in a minor accident today when his vehicle was rear-ended. While there were plenty who expected the Jaguars to be better this season, you would be hard-pressed to find someone who predicted they would win 10 games, let alone battling the New England Patriots for a Super Bowl berth.