After practicing in a limited fashion all week, Lee will suit up for the final game of the season against a Colts secondary that's largely struggled throughout 2016 despite the presence of Vontae Davis. Lee will try to finish what has been a breakout campaign on a strong note, with career highs in catches (57) and yards (765) and touchdowns (three) already under his belt.
Lee (hip flexor) is listed as questionable for Sunday's season finale against the Colts after practicing in a limited fashion all week.
We'd expect Lee to be a go for Sunday's 1:00 ET kickoff and if so, he'll look to finish his 2016 breakout season on a positive note, on the heels of a 3/37/1 effort in Week 16's win over the Titans, in which Lee saw action on 61 of the Jaguars' 72 snaps on offense. The 2014 second-rounder heads in Week 17 with 57 catches (on 96 targets) for 765 yards and three TDs in 15 contests.
Lee (hip) remained limited at practice Thursday.
Per the Florida Times-Union, Lee is dealing with a hip flexor. It's an issue that could result in the wideout being listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Colts if he is unable to practice fully Friday.
Lee was limited at practice Wednesday with a hip injury.
The nature of the ailment is unclear at this point, but if Lee continues to face limitations Thursday and Friday, his status for the Jags' Week 17 meeting with Indianapolis could be in jeopardy. The USC product has been one of only a few bright spots for the three-win Jaguars this season, and he accounted for two touchdowns -- one passing, one receiving -- in the team's Week 16 trouncing of the Titans.
Lee caught three of seven targets for 37 yards and a touchdown and added a 30-yard scoring strike in Saturday's win over Tennessee.
Lee got the Jaguars' upset efforts started early with a leaping 21-yard touchdown connection with Blake Bortles on a deep fade. The two sealed the game with a deep fade late in the fourth quarter, that time with Lee doing the passing. Lee has been quiet for much of the year during a disappointing season in Jacksonville, but has scored his only three touchdowns of the season in the team's last six games. With much of the organization, particularly interim head coach Doug Marrone and quarterback Blake Bortles, coming into Week 17 with something to prove, expect the offense to, again, let it all hang out on Sunday.
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