Walters (concussion) is active for Thursday's game against the Titans, Ryan O'Halloran of the Florida Times-Union reports. Walters made a quick recovery from the concussion he suffered in Sunday's win over Baltimore, but the extent of his involvement in the offense remains to be seen. Marqise Lee and Rashad Greene (thumb) are also available Thursday night, potentially providing competition for snaps in three-wide sets.
Walters (concussion) is considered questionable to play Thursday night against Tennessee, the Florida Times-Union reports. Walters sustained a concussion Sunday against Baltimore, but he was back at practice in limited fashion Tuesday, and it appears as though he'll have a chance to play Thursday night. A final call may not come until close to game-time, though Walters is not a strong fantasy option in most formats.
Walters (concussion) returned to practice as a limited participant Tuesday. Despite his return to practice, Walters faces an uphill battle to play in Thursday's game, which will take place just four days after he suffered a concussion. If he can't play, Marqise Lee could pick up some extra snaps and targets.
Walters sustained a concussion in Sunday's win over the Ravens. Walters caught three passes for 29 yards in the victory, but coach Gus Bradley confirmed Monday that Walters is currently in the league's concussion protocol after taking a hit to the head Sunday. Considering the Jaguars play the Titans on Thursday night, Walters' chances of being cleared for Week 11 are very much in jeopardy.
Walters caught five passes for 54 yards (seven targets) and a touchdown in Sunday's loss to the Jets. Walters has had a few solid performances this season, but considering he's firmly entrenched as a fourth or fifth option in the Jags' passing attack, he's a very risky play in most formats. Against Buffalo two weeks ago, Walters caught just one pass on one target for five yards.
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