James Loney went 3-for-4 with two RBI and a run scored against the Indians on Saturday.
Loney continues to be one of the most consistent hitters in the Rays lineup this season, now sitting on a .326 average with one home run and 21 RBI through his first 129 at-bats. Although he never matured in the home run department since being promoted to the big leagues, he can be of great assistance to a team in need of help in the batting average category if available on the waiver wire. ANALYST: Matthew Beck
Julio Jones did not practice Monday.
Jones is still dealing with a lingering hamstring injury and while he was able to play Sunday, there is concern this week with the short turnaround for the Thursday game. Consider him day-to-day and stay on top of all the latest news before making your final lineup decision. Analysis: Howard Bender
Cecil Shorts thinks he'll play against Jacksonville.
Shorts missed Thursday's game with a shoulder injury but both he and the team believe that he will be able to play this week. With DeAndre Hopkins being the clear-cut No. 1 and with the emergence of Jalen Strong and Keith Mumphrey, it's difficult to see Shorts getting enough work to be a productive fantasy play. He'll still see a few targets if he's on the field, but he'll be hit-or-miss. Analysis: Howard Bender