Hurns (neck/shoulder) hauled in seven of 11 targets for 98 yards and a touchdown in Thursday's 36-22 loss to the Titans.
Hurns served as the leading receiver on a night where Blake Bortles was able to accumulate plenty of stats in the second half due to a large deficit. The third-year wideout saw double-digit targets for the third time this season and came up just short of his first 100-yard effort of the campaign as well. With 56 looks through the first seven contests, the former Miami Hurricane is firmly entrenched as the Bortles' second-most targeted pass catcher, keeping him viable in all fantasy formats.
Hurns (neck/shoulder) was a full participant at Tuesday's practice.
Listed as limited on Monday's practice estimation, Hurns was fine to handle a full workload at Tuesday's session. He may be a bit nicked up, but his availability isn't in any question for Thursday's game against the Titans. Hurns logged 56 of 67 offensive snaps Sunday against Oakland, catching four passes for 45 yards on seven targets. Both he and Allen Robinson have struggled through disappointing campaigns, while No. 3 wideout Marquise Lee has come on strong in recent weeks.
Hurns' status is thus worth tracking as Thursday's game against the Titans approaches, but we suspect that he should be able to play through his aches and pains in Week 8 after seeing 56 (out of a possible) 67 snaps on offense in this past Sunday's loss to the Raiders.
Hurns missed Thursday's practice due to a shoulder ailment, but was cleared of injury on the
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