JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Marcedes Lewis' season debut lasted less than a half.
The Jacksonville Jaguars tight end was forced to leave Sunday's game against the Indianapolis Colts after he re-injured his calf, an injury that had kept him out of the first three games of the season.
Lewis went to the locker room in the first quarter and initially was listed as probable to return. But he was declared out late in the second quarter.
Lewis originally injured his calf during pregame warm-ups of the Jaguars' second preseason game. He re-injured it during practice on Sept. 5, and sat out the first three games of the season.
Lewis had missed just three games in his previous six seasons.