Austin Seferian-Jenkins - TEPosted 8/20/18 11:46pm ET
Jacksonville Jaguars TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins is 'clearly locked in as the starting tight end,' according to Mike Kaye of FirstCoastNews.com.
Huddle Up: Although we haven't seen Seferian-Jenkins yet in preseason action, it's possible he provides useful value in fantasy leagues this year. He's always had talent, with injuries and off-the-field issues preventing him from becoming something significant. In a Jacksonville offense looking for pass-catching options to regularly lean on, Seferian-Jenkins could make a notable impact.
Blake Bortles - QBPosted 8/18/18 1:57pm ET
Jacksonville Jaguars QB Blake Bortles went 12-for-20 for-159 yards and one interception in the preseason game against the Minnesota Vikings Saturday, Aug. 18.
Huddle Up: Bortles is coming off a productive playoff run and will have a solid receiving corps to work with this season. He probably should be considered a No. 2 quarterback in deeper leagues.
T.J. Yeldon - RBPosted 8/18/18 1:54pm ET
Jacksonville Jaguars RB T.J. Yeldon was the workhorse in the preseason game Saturday, Aug. 18 against the Minnesota Vikings, rushing for 39 yards on 10 carries while adding a game-high five grabs and 73 yards on six targets.
Huddle Up: Yeldon received a long look after Leonard Fournette exited the game early. The former Alabama standout is trying to hold off Corey Grant, Tim Cook and Brandon Wilds for the primary backup job to Fournette. It appears the incumbent will hold onto his job, but his fantasy appeal remains limited to deeper PPR leagues and as a handcuff for Fournette.
Keelan Cole - WRPosted 8/11/18 1:26pm ET
Jacksonville Jaguars WR Keelan Cole (foot) was able to return to practice on Saturday, Aug. 11.
Huddle Up: Big things are expected from Cole, as he has been listed as a starter on the team's initial preseason depth chart. He racked up 748 yards and three scores on 42 grabs last season and is a nice sleeper later on draft day.
Dede Westbrook - WRPosted 8/11/18 1:54pm ET
Jacksonville Jaguars WR Dede Westbrook said Saturday, Aug. 11, that he is a better route runner in his second season in the NFL, and it is something he has been working on to improve. 'I was pretty much running by people (in college). When you've got defensive backs like (CB Jalen Ramsey) and (CB A.J. Bouye), you have to fine-tune your routes,' Westbrook said.
Huddle Up: Westbrook is working to be a better all-around receiver, and that will help him see the field more. He is already expected to take a huge step forward with Allen Robinson and Allen Hurns moving on, but Westbrook has the potential to be a starter and a big fantasy option if he continues to improve. Right now, he is only worth a look as a late-round flier for WR depth, but he could eventually be a WR3 or WR4 if things break right.
Dede Westbrook - WRPosted 8/9/18 8:30am ET
Jacksonville Jaguars WR Dede Westbrook's knowledge of the playbook this preseason has given him a comfort level, and he is making tough catches during training camp.
Huddle Up: Westbrook was a hot pickup late in the season last year, but he'll have to climb the depth chart to be more than a WR5 flyer.
Keelan Cole - WRPosted 8/8/18 7:37pm ET
Jacksonville Jaguars WR Keelan Cole is listed as one of the club's two starting wide receivers, alongside WR Marqise Lee, on the first released unofficial depth chart.
Huddle Up: Cole exhibited some promise last year as a rookie, hauling in 42 receptions for 748 yards and three touchdowns, and he can be a crucial piece in the continued development of quarterback Blake Bortles. The problem is, Jacksonville has their most depth at the position in years, which figures to make it difficult for the 25-year-old to post consistent numbers for fantasy owners.
Donte Moncrief - WRPosted 8/3/18 3:14pm ET
Jacksonville Jaguars WR Donte Moncrief (knee) will be a full participant during practice Friday, Aug. 3. Moncrief has been limited lately because of a knee injury.
Huddle Up: Moncrief has a chance to be one of the starting receivers for the Jaguars this season but has struggled with injuries during his career. Owners should keep an eye on his role during the preseason to see if he will be a solid contributor in the passing game. He could be a No. 4 receiver in deeper leagues if he stays healthy.
Dede Westbrook - WRPosted 8/2/18 7:13pm ET
Jacksonville Jaguars WR Dede Westbrook continues to 'flash' during training camp, according to John Oehser of Jaguars.com.
Huddle Up: Westbrook has some work to do if he is going to move up the depth chart and make an impact, limiting his appeal to dynasty formats for the time being.
Leonard Fournette - RBPosted 8/2/18 7:08pm ET
Jacksonville Jaguars WR Leonard Fournette said he is already feeling the benefits of playing lighter and showing more consistent burst.
Huddle Up: Fournette focused on his conditioning this offseason. He is a already a low-end RB1 candidate, and if his lighter frame keeps him healthier, he could push toward the upper tier at the position in standard formats.
Marqise Lee - WRPosted 8/1/18 5:29pm ET
Jacksonville Jaguars WR Marqise Lee (shoulder) participated in practice Wednesday, Aug. 1, after missing the previous two practices because of a shoulder injury.
Huddle Up: Lee should be fine moving forward and likely will be one of the main options in the team's passing game. He has a good chance to improve on his 2017 numbers and could be a No. 3 or No. 4 fantasy receiver.
Dede Westbrook - WRPosted 7/27/18 5:20pm ET
Jacksonville Jaguars WR Dede Westbrook lined up as an outside receiver as well as a slot receiver during practice Friday, July 27.
Huddle Up: Westbrook had a decent rookie season and should be more involved in the passing game this season. He can be a late-round option in deeper leagues as a depth receiver on a roster.
Leonard Fournette - RBPosted 7/8/18 6:11pm ET
Jacksonville Jaguars RB Leonard Fournette said he plans to play at 224 pounds this year, 11 pounds lighter than his rookie year. 'I feel lighter, quicker and I have a lot of my burst,' Fournette said.
Huddle Up: He managed more than 1,000 yards and scored nine times as a rookie, and as the early-down workhorse for the Jaguars, he should at least be able to duplicate those numbers in 2018, especially if he has a little more burst. He's a safe bet for another year of RB1 production.
T.J. Yeldon - RBPosted 7/8/18 8:29pm ET
Jacksonville Jaguars RB T.J. Yeldon is improving as a runner, according to offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett. 'You can see more explosion start to come from him,' Hackett said. 'Just his ability to pass protect and be able to catch the ball from the backfield.'
Huddle Up: Yeldon has taken a backseat to Leonard Fournette on early downs, and he could be facing pressure from Corey Grant in the passing game. If he can hold off Grant and remain the primary third-down back, he can be a RB5 as a handcuff for Fournette.
Blake Bortles - QBPosted 7/4/18 4:33pm ET
Jacksonville Jaguars QB Blake Bortles has earned the trust of offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett, and Hackett said Bortles' improved decision making will allow him to be 'a lot more aggressive' with his play calling.
Huddle Up: There were times when the Jaguars were winning in spite of Bortles, but he has topped 20 passing touchdowns and 300 rushing yards in each of the past three seasons. A few more shots down the field could boost his numbers a bit, but he should be a solid QB2 regardless.
Leonard Fournette - RBPosted 6/23/18 7:18pm ET
Jacksonville Jaguars OG Andrew Norwell's signing is an indication that the offense will be built around RB Leonard Fournette and the running game, according to Mike DiRocco of ESPN.com.
Huddle Up: Fournette is coming off a 1,000-yard season as a rookie. He isn't ready to enter the ranks of the elite fantasy backs, but he is a safe bet for RB1 production after the top options are off the board.
Austin Seferian-Jenkins - TEPosted 6/22/18 9:41am ET
Jacksonville Jaguars TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins was constantly open during non-contact practices and made impressive catch after impressive catch, according to Mike Kaye of FirstCoastNews.com.
Huddle Up: Per Fantasy Football Calculator, Seferian-Jenkins is the 17th tight end coming off the board with an ADP of 14.01. That's too low even if he does little more than match what he did last year as an underutilized and somewhat misused piece in the New York Jets' offense. The 25-year-old is one of the better bets to finish as a fantasy TE1 that isn't already going inside the top 12 at his position.
Leonard Fournette - RBPosted 6/17/18 7:04pm ET
Washington Redskins RB Derrius Guice is going to do 'big things' this season, according to Jacksonville Jaguars RB Leonard Fournette. 'He always had the talent when I was there at LSU,' Fournette said. 'He's going to have a great year.'
Huddle Up: Fournette powered his way to 1,040 rushing yards and 10 total touchdowns as a rookie, and Guice could approach those numbers if he commands most of the carries on early downs, as expected. Guice is a RB2 candidate in redraft leagues and a first-round pick in rookie drafts.
Austin Seferian-Jenkins - TEPosted 6/14/18 6:17pm ET
Jacksonville Jaguars TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins has been 'awesome' during OTAs, according to QB Blake Bortles, and John Oehser of Jaguars.com expects Seferian-Jenkins to be an 'integral part' of the offense in 2018.
Huddle Up: Jacksonville has been searching for a threat in the red zone, and Seferian-Jenkins could be the answer. He has low-end TE1 upside and should be available at a TE2 price.
D.J. Chark - WRPosted 6/5/18 11:33pm ET
Jacksonville Jaguars WR DJ Chark is learning all three receiver spots and multiple roles on special teams, including as a return man on both punts and kickoffs.
Huddle Up: Chark's size and speed could help him carve out a role in a receiving group that's long on potential but short on experience. He's someone to watch in training camp and a possible late-round flier if he's in line for meaningful snaps.
Blake Bortles - QBPosted 6/2/18 8:46pm ET
Jacksonville Jaguars QB Blake Bortles has been 'relaxed' at OTAs because he no longer needs to think about the plays or his footwork, according to offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett.
Huddle Up: Bortles can have his issues with turnovers, but he's also a good bet for 20-plus touchdown passes and a sneaky source of rushing yards. He's a solid QB2.
Corey Grant - RBPosted 5/31/18 8:54am ET
Jacksonville Jaguars RB Corey Grant is a player the team has to use, according to offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett.
Huddle Up: Grant had just a 30-248-2 rushing line with three catches for 41 yards during the regular season, but he was highly effective in the AFC Championship game with three catches for 59 yards early on. Those flashes make him worth the RB5 flyer.
Corey Grant - RBPosted 5/30/18 7:53pm ET
Jacksonville Jaguars offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett said he would like to get RB Corey Grant on the field more often.
Huddle Up: Grant has a chance to serve as the No. 2 running back for the Jaguars this upcoming season and could be the team's third-down back because of his ability to be a receiver out of the backfield. Grant could be a No. 3 running back or a flex option for fantasy owners.
Keelan Cole - WRPosted 5/28/18 10:53am ET
Jacksonville Jaguars WR Keelan Cole appears to be the leading candidate for slot receiver job at this point, in the opinion of FirstCoastNews.com's Mike Kaye.
Huddle Up: Cole is coming off a solid 2017 season where he posted 748 yards and three touchdowns. He should see a solid amount of targets this upcoming season and has a chance to be a No. 4 fantasy receiver in deeper leagues.
D.J. Chark - WRPosted 5/25/18 1:54pm ET
Jacksonville Jaguars second-round draft choice WR DJ Chark signed a four-year deal with the Jaguars Friday, May 25. Financial terms were not disclosed.
Huddle Up: Chark has joined a young receiver corps with Jaguars, so his role is uncertain at the moment. Owners will need to monitor the preseason to see how Chark is used in the offense. He should be a solid option in keeper leagues and could be a late-round option in deeper leagues.
Tanner Lee - QBPosted 4/28/18 1:49pm ET
The Jacksonville Jaguars picked Nebraska QB Tanner Lee with the 203rd overall pick (Round 6) in the 2018 NFL Draft.
Huddle Up: Lee, who posted the third-most passing yards in University of Nebraska history, will challenge for the backup job behind Blake Bortles. He is a project and someone the Jags will try and groom for the future when Bortles is not around. This would have been the pro-style quarterback's senior year in Lincoln, but he moved on because he didn't really fit new incoming coach Scott Frost's up-tempo system. He is years away from seeing the field in Jacksonville.
DJ Chark - WRPosted 4/27/18 6:07pm ET
The Jacksonville Jaguars selected Louisiana State WR DJ Chark with the 61st overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft Friday, April 27.
Huddle Up: Chark will join a young group of receivers for the Jaguars and likely will be a deep threat for the team. Owners in standard leagues could consider Chark in the late rounds of drafts because of his big-play ability.
Allen Hurns - WRPosted 3/20/18 7:32am ET
Jacksonville Jaguars WR Allen Hurns will be released Tuesday, March 20, according to a source.
Huddle Up: Hurns is always nicked up, and his 64-1,031-10 season was three years ago now. He's worth monitoring, and there's potential, but he's a WR4 or WR5.
Allen Hurns - WRPosted 3/20/18 3:38pm ET
Free-agent WR Allen Hurns (Jaguars) has a visit scheduled with the New York Jets Wednesday, March 21, according to a source.
Huddle Up: Hurns' situation will have gone from mediocre to worse if he signs on with the Jets. New York did themselves a favor by re-signing Josh McCown and bringing on Teddy Bridgewater, but neither quarterback is consistent enough to make any Jets receiver a week-to-week starting option. The good news is that Hurns would have the opportunity to make an immediate impact in a subpar receiving corps.
Allen Hurns - WRPosted 3/20/18 4:55pm ET
Free-agent WR Allen Hurns (Jaguars) said he has received interest from the Chicago Bears, Buffalo Bills, New Orleans Saints, Houston Texans, New York Jets, Oakland Raiders and Carolina Panthers.
Huddle Up: Hurns was limited to only 10 games in 2017 and finished with 484 yards and two touchdowns. He could be a No. 3 receiver for a team next season and has a chance to be a late-round option in deeper fantasy leagues.
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