Hurns (hamstring) will train with Blake Bortles and Allen Robinson next week, The Florida Times-Union reports. Hurns missed the final five games of last season with a hamstring injury, but there's been no report of surgery and nothing to suggest that the issue will impact his offseason program. With Hurns, Robinson and Bortles all looking to bounce back from massively disappointing 2016 campaigns, this is shaping up as a make-or-break year for the young Jacksonville offense. Fellow wideout Marqise Lee did enjoy a breakout season amidst the chaos, thereby giving Hurns and Robinson more competition for targets than they had back in 2015. There should still be plenty to go around -- especially if the Jags don't use a high draft pick on a tight end or a pass-catching back. The team begins its offseason program April 10.
Hurns (hamstring) is inactive for Sunday's Week 17 tilt versus the Colts, the team's official site reports. Hurns will thus finish the 2016 campaign having sat out the team's final six games of the season with his hamstring injury. After a breakout 2015 season that saw him post career highs in receptions (64), yards (1,031) and touchdowns (10), Hurns' was unable to produce anything resembling those numbers this season while dealing with his injury and ineffective play from QB Blake Bortles.
Hurns (hamstring) is listed as questionable for Sunday's season finale against the Colts. Despite the official questionable designation, the Florida Times-Union relays that the wideout is slated to miss Sunday's game after not practicing all week. Hurns will thus finish the 2016 season with 35 catches (on 76 targets) for 477 yards and three touchdowns over the course of 11 games.
Hurns (hamstring) did not practice Thursday. Hurns is thus trending toward missing another game, a notion that should be cemented upon the release of Friday's injury report in advance of Sunday's contest against the Colts.
Hurns (hamstring) did not practice Wednesday. Hurns has missed each of the last four games, and his continued lack of participation at practice is not exactly encouraging as Week 17 approaches. Barring an unexpected improvement over the next two days, Hurns is trending toward a fifth straight absence to conclude the season.
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