Jalen Ramsey trade rumors: Jaguars turned down two first-round picks for star cornerback Tyron Smith is likely going to be missing some time.The Pro Bowl left tackle suffered a right ankle injury in the fourth quarter of Sunday’s 12-10 loss to the Saints when he was rolled up during a sack of quarterback Dak Prescott. Smith needed to be carted off the sideline. Related News Mitchell Trubisky injury update: Bears QB has dislocated left shoulder, report says The Tyron Smith injury. He’s been since spotted riding on a cart. pic.twitter.com/uUG1yFFvLI— Warren Sharp (@SharpFootball) September 30, 2019Smith was standing and walking in the locker room, but will return to Dallas in a protective boot with what Cowboys owner Jerry Jones called a high ankle sprain.#dallascowboys LT Tyron Smith left the locker room with a walking boot on his right leg. Jerry Jones called it a high ankle sprain.#DALvsNO pic.twitter.com/0zrwSPM3rN— Joe Trahan (@JoeTrahan) September 30, 2019According to NFL Media, which cited an unidentified source, Smith received good news after his MRI exam Monday. He’s expected to miss Sunday’s game against the Packers but hasn’t been ruled out for Week 6 against the Jets. A definitive timeline for his recovery has yet to be finalized, though it’s typically 4-6 weeks for a high ankle sprain.Smith, who has missed games each of the past three seasons, was replaced by former Patriots tackle Cameron Fleming against the Saints. Fleming will likely continue to fill the void if Smith’s absence is extended.The Cowboys (3-1) are next slated to host the Packers (3-1) in Week 5 action.