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Jags' Brady out two games
By The Source
Aug 30, 2004
Jacksonville, FL (Sports Network) - Jacksonville Jaguars tight end Kyle Brady will miss the first two games of the regular season with a finger injury.
Brady, who will also miss the exhibition finale, suffered the injury during Friday's exhibition game against the Green Bay Packers. He will undergo surgical procedure that will insert a pin into the finger.
Jacksonville will open the season on September 12 in Buffalo and return home to take on the Denver Broncos the following week.
Brady has appeared in all 64 games with the Jaguars the last four seasons, having not missed a contest during that span. His 204 career receptions with Jacksonville ranks him third all-time.
Last season, Brady had 29 receptions for 281 yards and one touchdown.
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