Jaalen Ramsay, who has not been with the Jacksonville Jaguars since Wednesday because of the birth of her second daughter, has joined the team and is on the flight to the Denver team, a source confirmed to ESPN on Saturday.
In addition to personal leave, Ramsey, who was in Nashville for childbirth, also deals with a problem with his lower back.
The NFL Network was the first to report that Ramsay is on the team plane.
Ramsey has not missed a game since the team made it to fifth place in 2016. Coach Doug Marrow hopes the series continues. If Ramsay doesn't play, his alternate will be second-year player Tre Heardon, who made the team as a raw rookie last season.
Two weeks for Ramsay was calm, asking the team to trade him after being punished by Jaguars Executive Vice President of Football Operations Tom Coughlin after losing the Jaguars 13-12 in Houston on September 15.
Ramsay plays against Tennessee on September 19, but does not practice Monday due to illness. He also missed Wednesday's practice with a back injury.
Michael DiRocco of ESPN contributed to this report.