Description: Jaguars rookie wideout Allen Hurns will replace Allen Robinson in the starting lineup, according to coach Gus Bradley.
Insight: We assume both Hurns and Marqise Lee will see plenty of playing time, so getting the start is only a little boost to his fantasy value. Hurns still must get final concussion clearance before he can play in Week 12.
Description: Jaguars receiver Cecil Shorts is active for Sunday against Dallas in London.
Insight: Shorts has been dealing with hamstring and groin issues for most of the season and it shows in his lack of production, but he now appears able to start Sunday. Allen Hurns drops to the No. 3 receiver spot, but both Allen Robinson and Hurns might be better fantasy options than the less-than-100 percent Shorts.
Description: Jaguars receiver Cecil Shorts missed Thursday's practice after having his hamstring tighten up Wednesday, but has returned for Friday's practice,
Insight: Shorts has been dealing with hamstring and groin issues for most of the season and it shows in his lack of production, but he now appears able to start Sunday. Allen Hurns drops to the No. 3 receiver spot if Shorts plays.
Description: Jaguars receiver Cecil Shorts missed Thursday's practice after having his hamstring tighten up Wednesday.
Insight: Sound familiar? Shorts has been dealing with hamstring and groin issues for most of the season and it shows in his lack of production. Allen Robinson and Allen Hurns are more reliable options.
Description: Jaguars running back Toby Gerhart was more involved with the offense in Week 9 than he had been in prior weeks.
Insight: Gerhart had three carries for 19 yards and three catches for 49 yards. He still isn't relevant in many fantasy leagues, but at least he is getting involved for those owners who have not given up on him.
Description: Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles was 22-for-33 with 247 yards and two touchdowns on Sunday against the Bengals.
Insight: It might have been Bortles best game as a pro, but he made another costly mistake that hurt his team and fantasy teams. He threw a pick in the end zone in an attempt to bring Jacksonville back. Bortles is really only useful in dynasty leagues.
Description: Jaguars right guard Brandon Linder left Sunday's game against the Bengals with a shoulder injury.
Insight: The rookie has been the best offensive lineman for Jacksonville this season. His absence will hurt Denard Robinson and Toby Gerhart, who both were running well in the first quarter versus Cincinnati.
Description: ESPN Jaguars reporter Mike DiRocco has heard the coaches "still aren't sure if [Denard] Robinson is capable of handling a heavy workload each week."
Insight: Robinson had 22 carries for 127 yards against the Browns, but we do not expect Robinson to become a workhorse back and average 20 carries per week. At 197 pounds and behind a below average offensive line, Robinson's touches will be somewhat limited even if he is the featured back. Twenty carries is more like his ceiling than his average.
Description: Jaguars coach Gus Bradley confirmed Thursday Denard Robinson will remain the starting running back for Week 8 even though Toby Gerhart is back.
Insight: Robinson ran 22 times for 127 yards against the Browns, so Bradley is sticking with what works. Gerhart has been disappointing since joining Jacksonville. Gerhart will get some carries, but Robinson is the only Jaguars running back worth starting in fantasy.
Description: Jacksonville running back Toby Gerhart (foot) is expected to return to practice on Wednesday.
Insight: It will most likely be in limited fashion, and Gerhart should be considered questionable at best heading into Week 8. Denard Robinson has earned his carries, and as a result Gerhart will probably be more of a goaline back.
Description: Jaguars rookie receiver Allen Robinson had four catches for 60 yards and a touchdown against the Browns on Sunday.
Insight: Cecil Shorts still had more targets than Robinson, but the rookie had the more productive day, averaging 15 yards per catch versus Shorts' 4. Robinson is a FLEX possibility in deep leagues moving forward.
Description: Jacksonville rookie running back Storm Johnson has been spliting first string reps with Denard Robinson, according to Jaguars beat writer Mark Long.
Insight: Johnson rushed 10 times for 21 yards and a touchdown against the Titans and coach Gus Bradley said that was the plan ... to give him 10 carries. Sounds like a shared situation which won't make either fantasy owner happy.
Description: Fantasy owners thought Jaguars rookie running back Storm Johnson would get a full starter's workload, but apparently that wasn't the plan, according to a Florida Times-Union report.
Insight: Johnson rushed 10 times for 21 yards and a touchdown against the Titans and coach Gus Bradley said that was the plan ... to give him 10 carries. That's bad news for fantasy owners who claimed him off the waiver wire hoping he'd be a full-time starter.
Description: Jaguars rookie receiver Allen Robinson finished second on the team with nine targets in Week 6 against the Titans.
Insight: Robinson caught eight of those targets for 68 yards. The Jaguars were much more effective throwing than running on Sunday, so expect Robinson to continue to be a decent FLEX play in deep leagues.
Description: Jaguars top receiver Cecil Shorts had a nice game in his return to action.
Insight: He has been in and out of the lineup with a hamstring injury, through the first five weeks. However, Shorts seemed to be healthy on Sunday, as he produced 10 catches for 103 yards, on 16 targets.
Description: Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles went 22-for-36 with 191 yards and threw two interceptions against the Steelers on Sunday.
Insight: He looked effective in the short passing game, but once Bortles tried to go long, the Steelers effectively rushed him with blitzers and picked him off twice. Jacksonville will visit Tennessee, who blew a big lead against the Browns in Week 5.
Description: Jaguars tight end Clay Harbor played 61-of-66 offensive snaps against the Chargers in Week 4.
Insight: Harbor is the Jaguars starting tight end with Marcedes Lewis out indefinitely due to an ankle injury. Nic Jacobs joins Harbor on the field in double tight end sets. Harbor and quarterback Blake Bortles seem to have good chemistry so far as Bortles found his tight end eight times for 70 yards, which led the team in Week 4.
Description: Jaguars top receiver Cecil Shorts (hamstring) produced disappointing numbers in Week 4 against the Chargers.
Insight: At least last weekend he was targeted 10 times and just didn't produce. Against San Diego he saw just four targets and caught two balls for 25 yards. Three receivers were targeted more. It the trend continues it makes Shorts a questionable value from here on out.
Description: Jacksonville running back Toby Gerhart finally put the ball into the end zone, his first rushing touchdown in four games.
Insight: Actually, it was Jacksonvill'e first rushing touchdowns since Nov. 24, 2013 (217 rushing attempts). We expected a lot from Gerhart when he came over from Minnesota and we're still waiting. He's averaging just 28.5 ypg on the ground
Description: Jacksonville running back Toby Gerhart is not going to be much value if the Jaguars continue to get down by big numbers.
Insight: Gerhart rushed just nine times for 32 yards. The Jacksonville situation doesn't figure to get better with a rookie quarterback, but at this point Gerhart's trade value is minimal so keep him and hope Blake Bortles turns the team around.
Description: We saw the good and bad of playing a rookie quarterback Sunday.
Insight: Jaguars rookie quarterback Blake Bortles started the second half for Jacksonville in Game 3 of the season and threw for 223 yards and two touchdowns, but also two interceptions. The game was already out of hand when he came into the game (30-0), so we should get a better read if he starts the next game.
Description: Jaguars rookie wide receiver Marqise Lee (hamstring) will not play in Sunday's game against the Colts.
Insight: Lee has been battling hamstring issues pretty much since training camp, and he tweaked it in the season opener against the Eagles. Lee will likely lose his starting job with the injury, and it is not worth keeping him in re-draft formats.
Description: Jaguars running back Toby Gerhart (ankle) returned to Thursday's practice.
Insight: Gerhart had Wednesday off and returned to practice in limited fashion on Thursday. Week 3 is a great matchup for Gerhart, playing the Colts' weak rush defense, but Gerhart has managed just 50 yards on his first 25 carries behind the poor Jaguars offensive line.
Description: Jaguars rookie receiver Allen Robinson had a nice outing during Week 2.
Insight: He managed four receptions on six targets, and produced a solid 75 yards against the Redskins. Robinson will be no more than a WR5 with Jacksonville's questions at QB, combined with the fact he is competing for playing time with Marqise Lee, Allen Hurns, and Cecil Shorts once he returns from injury.
Description: Jaguars running back Toby Gerhart played through his ankle injury during Week 2's loss to Washington.
Insight: While Gerhart played, he was completely inneffective (7 carries for 8 yards and 2 catches for 9 yards). Jacksonville continues to be a rebuilding team, but if they want to compete in any games this year, they will need Gerhart to be their workhorse.
Description: Jacksonville starting QB Chad Henne is already under seige with his Jaguars off to an 0-2 start.
Insight: Jacksonville wants to give Bortles the year to learn as a backup, but his team has been out-scored 75-27 over the first two weeks. My expectations were he would last until the bye week (Week 11), but he may not make it until then. Either quarterback will be handcuffed by a weak offensive line and multiple receiver injuries.
Description: Jaguars coach Gus Bradley told Florida Times Union he sees "positive signs" from rookie quarterback Blake Bortles in practice.
Insight: Bortles has impressed Bradley with his footwork and ability to make throws despite only practicing with the scout team. Jacksonville plans to keep Chad Henne the starter, but he really struggled in the second half against Philadelphia. Bortles is likely a few weeks away from taking over under center.
Description: Jaguars rookie wide receiver Marqise Lee (hamstring) practiced on Thursday.
Insight: That is extremely promising for Lee's Week 2 status. He suffered a hamstring injury during Wednesday's practice. With Cecil Shorts already battling a hamstring injury, Lee has tremendous upside against the Redskins this Sunday.
Description: Jaguars rookie wide receiver Marqise Lee could not finish Wednesday's practice due to a hamstring injury, according to Jaguars beat writer Mark Long.
Insight: Lee led the team in targets in Week 1 against the Eagles, though Allen Hurns had the big day, with 110 yards and a couple of touchdown receptions. If Lee can't go, Hurns could be a viable option.
Description: Jaguars running back Toby Gerhart sprained his ankle on Sunday and will be limited in practice this week.
Insight: Gerhart owners received a scare when Eagles defender Fletcher Cox dragged Gerhart down from behind on a play. We will monitor his status all week but Gerhart should be fine to start against the Redskins in Week 2.
Description: Jaguars rookie wideout Allen Hurns scored on his first two catches and totaled 110 yards against the Eagles defense Sunday.
Insight: It could be a mirage, so be careful. The Jaguars were without starter Cecil Shorts so went with rookies Hurns and Marqise Lee. When Shorts returns, Hurns figures to have to fight with Lee for targets.
Description: Jaguars rookie wide receiver Marqise Lee figures to be the No. 1 receiving option for Chad Henne in Week 1 versus Philadelphia.
Insight: Cecil Shorts didn't make the trip to Philadelphia. With Shorts gone, rookie receiver Allen Robinson missing almost all of the preseason with a hamstring injury of his own and Ace Sanders suspended, Lee should be a valuable fantasy asset ... at least for the first weekend.
Description: Jaguars top receiver Cecil Shorts did not practice on Thursday or Friday due to tightness in his hamstring and has been ruled out for Sunday's Week 1 opener against the Eagles, according to beat writer Mark Long.
Insight: Shorts didn't make the trip to Philadelphia. With Shorts gone, rookie receiver Allen Robinson missing almost all of the preseason with a hamstring injury of his own and Ace Sanders suspended, rookie Marqise Lee could be a valuable fantasy asset.
Description: Jaguars receiver Cecil Shorts did not practice on Thursday due to tightness in his hamstring according to John Oehser of jaguars.com.
Insight: Shorts missed nearly half a month with a hamstring issue in training camp, so even though head coach Gus Bradley claims the move to sit out Shorts in Thursday's practice was just precautionary, it has grabbed out attention. However, his previous hamstring injury was in his right leg. On Thursday, Shorts' left hamstring was the issue. Shorts cannot be counted on Week 1.
Description: Jaguars rookie quarterback Blake Bortles finished the preseason strong, completing 4-of-6 passes for 86 yards and a touchdown against the Falcons on Thursday.
Insight: Bortles threw a 57-yard bomb to fellow rookie Marqise Lee. The quarterback finished the preseason 32-of-51 for 521 yards, two touchdowns and no picks. It's looking more and more likely that Bortles will become the starting quarterback at some point this season. If you can be patient and sacrifice a spot on your bench for him, he could provide some late season value.
Description: Wideout Ramses Barden was released by Jacksonville.
Insight: At 6-foot-6, 224 lbs Barden was supposed to develop into a big-time threat, but lacked the speed to get away from NFL defenders. The Jags will go with their two rookie Marqise lee and Allen Robinson
Description: The Jaguars have officially named Chad Henne their starting quarterback.
Insight: It was a foregone conclusion that Henne would start. The question is, how long will he hold off Blake Bortles? The team wants to give Bortles the year to learn as a backup, but he figures to start at some point. He's outplayed Henne this preseason.
Description: Jacksonville receiver Cecil Shorts returned to practice Sunday after missing three weeks with a hamstring injury.
Insight: According to Hays Carlyon of the Florida Times-Union, he used the word "rusty" four times in describing his play. He expects to be ready for Week 1 versus Philadelphia. Shorts (66 receptions for 777 yards and 3 TDs in 13 games last season) will be the Jaguars No. 1 receiver if he can stay healthy.
Description: Jaguars rookie quarterback Blake Bortles, the No. 3 overall selection, had another solid outing against the Bears Thursday night, going 11-for-17 for 160 yards.
Insight: Bortles has been good enough that the team will give him one quarter with the starters next week, according to coach Gus Bradley. The rookie is locked into the backup role, at least at the start of the season. Check back after they start the season against Philadelphia, Washington, Indianapolis and San Diego. He's certain worth drafting in the late rounds.
Description: Jaguars running back Toby Gerhart ran six times for 19 yards and caught one ball for eight yards in his first preseason work.
Insight: Gerhart is guaranteed to get roughly 300 touches if he stays healthy and his 231-pound frame gives him a good chance to hold up to the pounding. He'll be fine between the tackles, but we are concerned about trying him on the outside. That could be where he losses carries to Jordan Todman or Storm Johnson.
Description: Jaguars running back Toby Gerhart returned to practice Tuesday, according to Mark Long of the Associated Press.
Insight: Gerhart is guaranteed to get roughly 300 touches if he stays healthy and his 231-pound frame gives him a good chance to hold up to the pounding. He missed the first preseason game but is hoping to play in the second.
Description: Jaguars rookie quarterback Blake Bortles, the No. 3 overall selection, had a solid debut against Tampa Bay, completing 7-of-11 passes for 117 yards.
Insight: Bortles is locked into the backup role, at least at the start of the season. Check back after they start the season against Philadelphia, Washington, Indianapolis and San Diego. If they are 0-4 strategies could quickly change.
Description: Quarterback Blake Bortles, the No. 3 overall selection, has taken no snaps with the starters, according to beat writer Ryan O'Halloran.
Insight: Of the three first-round quarterback selections, he seems to be the least likely to win a starting job in 2014 as it appears the team is willing to let him watch and learn from the sidelines. Check back after they start the season against Philadelphia, Washington, Indianapolis and San Diego. If they are 0-4 strategies could quickly change.
Description: According to jaguars.com, Running back Toby Gerhart will sit out the preseason opener with hip flexor tightness.
Insight: Gerhart is guaranteed to get roughly 300 touches if he stays healthy and his 231-pound frame gives him a good chance to hold up to the pounding. Holding him out of the first preseason game is likely a precautionary move.
Description: According to ESPN.com, Jaguars running back Toby Gerhart is dealing with hip flexor tightness.
Insight: Gerhart sat out practice Friday, a scrimmage on Saturday and practice Monday. He says he plans to play in Friday's preseason opener. Gerhart is guaranteed to get roughly 300 touches if he stays healthy.
Description: Jaguars OC Jedd Fisch has been finding ways to "feed" Marqise Lee, according to the Florida Times-Union.
Insight: Cecil Shorts' hamstring strain has given Lee and fellow rookie Allen Robinson a chance to get more work in practice. Lee has been lining up all over the field. "Marqise has that speed factor," coach Gus Bradley said. "He has a chance to break one and is extremely quick. He’s freakish in his skill set in some of the things he does." Shorts is injury-prone and if he goes down for an extended period of time during the season Lee will have a shot to see a ton of targets from Chad Henne.
Description: Jacksonville receiver Cecil Shorts will miss several weeks with a strained hamstring, according to Michael DiRocco of ESPN.
Insight: Shorts has missed five games the past two seasons and played most of last year with a sports hernia that required surgery in the offseason. Still, with an ADP of 113.5 he's a good value pick because he should dominate targets for Jacksonville.
Description: Russell Hulstine of Newson6.com is reporting that suspended Jaguars receiver Justin Blackmon was "arrested for the possession of marijuana following a traffic stop Wednesday night" in Edmond, Okla.
Insight: Blackmon was already on indefinite suspension and this won't help his chances of some day rerurning to the NFL.
Description: Jaguars receiver Ace Sanders faces a four-game suspension for violating the NFL's substance-abuse program. SOURCE: Ryan O'Halloran, Florida Times-Union
Insight: Sanders will leave the team indefinitely. "I've decided to go seek help, get (the) attention that I need -- hopefully somebody can help me out," Sanders said. "I should be OK; I just want to get better and come back and be ready to play. Sometimes life hits and it's hard." The 5-foot-7, 178-pound Sanders had 51 catches as a rookie, but produced just 484 yards and one touchdown. His spot on the roster was already tenuous after the Jags drafted Marqise Lee and Allen Robinson in the second round this year.
Description: Now that second-round picks Marqise Lee and Allen Robinson are in the mix at wide receiver, Ace Sanders' roster spot with the Jaguars could be in jeopardy. SOURCE: Ryan O'Halloran, Florida Times Union
Insight: Sanders had a respectable rookie season (51 catches, 484 yards, one touchdown) but at 5-foot-7 and 178 pounds, he doesn't match up well against bigger defensive backs. Justin Blackmon's absence might ultimately be what allows Sanders to keep his job.
Description: Quarterback Blake Bortles, the No. 3 overall selection, could end up sitting for a majority or all of the upcoming season.
Insight: Adam Schefter is reporting that the Jaguars want Chad Henne to play all 16 games this season and have Bortles watch the action from the sidelines. The team may be afraid of repeating what happened with Blaine Gabbert in 2011, who started 14 games in his rookie season and never developed.
Description: The Jaguars would like veteran QB Chad Henne to start all 16 games next season. SOURCE: Adam Schefter, ESPN
Insight: The team may be afraid of repeating what happened with Blaine Gabbert in 2011, who started 14 games in his rookie season and never developed. Still, it's hard to believe the Jags would take Blake Bortles third overall and then sit him for his whole first season. We should gain more clarity on this subject when training camp opens in late July.
Description: According to the Florida Times Union, Jaguars GM Dave Caldwell confirmed Friday that the team has "moved on" from receiver Justin Blackmon "for this year."
Insight: Jacksonville's actions on Friday -- selecting WRs Marqise Lee and Allen Robinson in the second round of the NFL Draft -- spoke loud and clear for Caldwell. Blackmon was suspended for the first four games of the 2013 season and again for the final eight for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy. His second suspension is indefinite and his reinstatement isn't a given. In the four games he played, Blackmon had 415 receiving yards and a touchdown on 29 catches.
Description: Penn State receiver Allen Robinson is going to Jacksonville with the 61st-overall pick in the 2014 draft.
Insight: The Jaguars took USC WR Marqise Lee earlier in the second round after picking QB Blake Bortles third overall in the first round. The selection of two receivers in Round 2 should tell you all you need to know about Justin Blackmon's status with the team.
Description: The Jacksonville Jaguars grabbed former USC WR Marqise Lee with the 39th-overall pick in the 2014 NFL Draft.
Insight: ESPN's Britt McHenry reported Wednesday that the Jaguars are "not expecting Justin Blackmon at all for 2014" after Blackmon was suspended indefinitely last year for violating the substance-abuse policy a second time. With No. 3 overall pick QB Blake Bortles and Lee, Jacksonville's offense is set up for the future. However, Lee may not have that much fantasy value in 2014 even if Blackmon isn't reinstated, as Cecil Shorts is still in the fold.
Description: Despite picking Blake Bortles No. 3 overall at Thursday night's NFL Draft, the Jaguars are expected to start Chad Henne Week 1 against Philadelphia. SOURCE: Florida Times Union
Insight: Even if that happens, Henne will probably be on a short leash. Bortles, like most young quarterbacks, is a bit raw but that doesn't mean he won't be thrown into the fire early. Whether Bortles will be able to make meaningful fantasy contributions right away is a different story.
Description: The Jaguars got their man, but it wasn't Johnny Manziel. Instead, Jacksonville took Central Florida quarterback Blake Bortles with the third pick in Thursday's NFL Draft.
Insight: Our own John McMullen had Bortles going seventh to Tampa Bay so it's a mild surprise he went this early. The 6-foot-4, 230-pounder threw for 25 TD, 9 INT and 3,581 yards last year en route to UCF's first-ever BCS appearance.
Description: According to ESPN's Britt McHenry, Jaguars GM Dave Caldwell said the team is "not expecting Justin Blackmon at all for 2014."
Insight: Blackmon was suspended for the first four games of the 2013 season and again for the final eight for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy. His second suspension is indefinite, though he's eligible to apply for reinstatement prior to the 2014 season. In the four games he played, Blackmon had 415 receiving yards and a touchdown on 29 catches.
Description: The Jaguars would be surprised if wide receiver Justin Blackmon plays next season. SOURCE: Ryan O'Halloran, Florida Times-Union
Insight: Blackmon was suspended for the second half of last season after violating the league's substance abuse policy. Though talented, Blackmon isn't someone the Jaguars or fantasy owners can rely on.
Description: A brain injury has forced former Jaguars linebacker Russell Allen to retire from pro football. SOURCE: Sports Illustrated
Insight: An on-field stroke against Buffalo in Week 15 left Allen with a dead spot on his brain. The injury was originally believed to be a concussion but was actually much more serious. Allen's best season came in 2012 when he recorded a career-high 131 tackles in 16 games for Jacksonville. The San Diego State alum turns 28 next month.
Description: The Patriots are making a play for free agent running back Maurice Jones-Drew. SOURCE: Doug Kyed, NESN
Insight: The Steelers and Jets are also in the running for MJD. The eight-year veteran rushed for 803 yards and five touchdowns last season with Jacksonville. The Pats aren't expected to re-sign LeGarrette Blount so they do have an opening at halfback.
Description: Free agent halfback Maurice Jones-Drew met with the Steelers on Wednesday. SOURCE: Adam Schefter, ESPN
Insight: Jones-Drew would be second-string behind starter Le'Veon Bell so it's not an ideal landing spot. At age 28 and with over 1,800 carries in his career, there's not a lot left in Jones-Drew's tank. Maybe a backup job is the best he can do at this point.
Description: According to the Florida Times Union, Jaguars coach Gus Bradley talked about Toby Gerhart as a back that could regularly see between 15-20 touches a game in 2014.
Insight: Jacksonville signed Gerhart to a three-year contract on Tuesday. Gerhart spent four seasons as Adrian Peterson's backup in Minnesota and rushed for 1,305 yards on 276 carries (4.7 ypc). He'll have RB2 value in 2014 due to his workload.
Description: According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, running back Toby Gerhart has agreed to a three-year, $10.5 million contract with Jacksonville.
Insight: Four and a half million of that is guaranteed. We've always been curious what Gerhart could do with a full workload. After four years of backing up Adrian Peterson in Minnesota, we're finally ready to find out. Obviously, the Jaguars will not be re-signing Maurice Jones-Drew.
Description: By voiding the final two years of his contract, defensive end Jason Babin has officially become a free agent. SOURCE: John Clayton, ESPN
Insight: Babin recorded 7.5 sacks with Jacksonville last season. He was one of the best pass rushers in the league while with Philadelphia, collecting a career-best 18 sacks during the 2011 campaign. Maybe a change of scenery will do him some good.
Description: The Jaguars have re-signed QB Chad Henne for two years and $8 million. SOURCE: Alex Marvez, Fox Sports 1
Insight: That's good news for him, but we're not so sure about the Jaguars' offense. Henne started 13 games last season, throwing for just 3,241 yards and 13 touchdowns. This move is significant because it means Jacksonville probably won't be taking a quarterback with the No. 3 pick in May's draft.
Description: According to Sports Illustrated, the Jaguars are unlikely to re-sign running back Maurice Jones-Drew this offseason.
Insight: At this stage in his career, Jones-Drew is probably more trouble than he's worth. The soon-to-be 29-year-old has averaged just 58 rushing yards per game since his high water mark 2011 season (league-leading 1,606 yards on 343 rushes). Fantasy owners would be wise to look elsewhere next season.
Description: Jacksonville QB Chad Henne threw for a season-high 331 yards on Sunday.
Insight: That's the good news. The bad news is that Jacksonville came out on the losing end for the 12th time this season. Henne will be a free agent after this season, meaning that Sunday could have been his last game as a Jaguar.
Description: Jacksonville running back Maurice Jones-Drew (hamstring) is active and will play in Week 16 against Tennessee.
Insight: Jones-Drew averaged 12.7 fantasy points per game in his last six games before sitting out Week 15 with a hamstring injury. His absence allowed Jordan Todman to get 29 touches. It's possible that they will split time and we recommend staying away.
Description: Jacksonville running back Maurice Jones-Drew (hamstring) is expected to play in Week 16 against Tennessee, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.
Insight: Jones-Drew averaged 12.7 fantasy points per game in his last six games before sitting out Week 15 with a hamstring injury. His absence allowed Jordan Todman to get 29 touches. If he plays Sunday, he has a favorable matchup and should be trusted as a low-end RB2
Description: Jacksonville running back Maurice Jones-Drew (hamstring) practiced Friday on a limited basis, according to Hays Carlyon of the Florida Times-Union.
Insight: Jones-Drew missed Sunday's game against the Bills, allowing Jordan Todman to get 29 touches. If MJD is out again in Week 16 against Tennessee, Todman will be worth using as a RB2. Jones-Drew would have RB2 value if he's active.
Description: Jacksonville running back Maurice Jones-Drew (hamstring) missed practice again on Thursday.
Insight: Jones-Drew missed Sunday's game against the Bills, allowing Jordan Todman to get 29 touches. If MJD is out again in Week 16 against Tennessee, Todman will be worth using as a RB2. Jones-Drew would have the same value if he's active.
Description: Jacksonville running back Maurice Jones-Drew (hamstring) didn't practice Wednesday and may not be out there until Friday, according to John Oehser of jaguars.com.
Insight: Jones-Drew missed Sunday's game against the Bills, allowing Jordan Todman to get 29 touches. If MJD is out again in Week 16 against Tennessee, Todman will be worth using as a RB2. Jones-Drew would have the same value if he's active.
Description: Jacksonville receiver Cecil Shorts (groin) has been placed on injured reserve and will miss the final two games of the season.
Insight: Shorts is expected to undergo surgery during the offseason. He finished with 66 catches, 777 receiving yards and three scores this season. Ace Sanders, Mike Brown and Marcedes Lewis will be Chad Henne's top targets in Shorts' absence.
Description: Jacksonville receiver Cecil Shorts (groin) will miss Sunday's game, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.
Insight: Shorts is expected to undergo surgery during the offseason. He has 66 catches, 777 receiving yards and three scores this season. Ace Sanders, Mike Brown and Marcedes Lewis will be Chad Henne's top targets Sunday against the Bills, but none is worth starting.
Description: Jacksonville running back Maurice Jones-Drew (hamstring) missed another practice Friday.
Insight: Jones-Drew says he hopes to play Sunday, but his actions, or inactions, are making it tough for fantasy owners to believe him. Former UConn standout Jordan Todman would get the start in the likely event of Jones-Drew sitting out.
Description: Jacksonville receiver Cecil Shorts will be a game-time decision says coach Gus Bradley.
Insight: Shorts has been battling a groin injury and sat out the last two practices. He's only scored three times this season after seven touchdowns in 2012, but he has reached the end zone the past two weeks.
Description: Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew (hamstring) reiterated Wednesday that his goal is to play Sunday against the Bills, but he didn't sound overly confident, according to Hays Carlyon of the Florida Times-Union.
Insight: Jones-Drew has turned around his sesaon with six straight games of at least nine fantasy points and an average of 12.7 fppg during that stretch, but he suffered a hamstring pull last Thursday against Houston. Jordan Todman would step in as the primary ballcarrier for the Jags in Week 15 if MJD cannot play.
Description: Jacksonville halfback Maurice Jones-Drew (hamstring) says he'll be ready for next week's game against Buffalo. SOURCE: NBC's Pro Football Talk
Insight: Jones-Drew's MRI results came back clean. He seems to be finding his groove late in the season with 457 yards (328 rushing, 129 receiving) and three touchdowns over his last five games. He'll be a solid flex/RB2 option for Week 15.
Description: Browns CB Joe Haden shut down Jacksonville receiver Cecil Shorts for most of the day in Week 13, but Shorts beat him with a double move for a 20-yard game-winning TD with 40 seconds left in the game.
Insight: For some reason, Haden bit on the first move even though a short catch would have been beneficial to Cleveland at that point. Shorts saw 11 targets and caught six for 64 yards and the touchdown. It was his first score since Oct. 6.
Description: Jaguars OC Jedd Fisch said the team will continue to use a timeshare at running back between Maurice Jones-Drew and Jordan Todman. SOURCE: jacksonville.com
Insight: MJD had his best game of the season Sunday at Houston, taking 14 carries for 84 yards and a touchdown and six receptions for 60 yards while Todman had 11 carries for 31 yards. Jones-Drew has produced at least nine fantasy points in four straight games and a touchdown in three straight.