Chark didn't catch either of his targets in Sunday's loss to the Texans, and totaled 14 receptions for 174 yards in 11 games this season. Chark missed the previous five games with the quadriceps issue so it was good to see him return to the field, though he played only 12 offensive snaps. The heavier workload he had been seeing prior to the injury dissipated, with Keelan Cole remaining as the team's No. 3 wide receiver for the season finale. The rookie second-round pick overall had an uneventful debut campaign, as he failed to make much of an impact on an unproductive offense. A full offseason with the team should help the 22-year-old's development significantly, as his raw technical skills as a receiver showed when on the field. At 6-4 and 198 pounds, Chark has the physical tools to be an explosive downfield threat, but the Jaguars still need to find a solution to their quarterback situation.
Chark (quadriceps) was a full participant at Wednesday's practice. As expected, Chark made his return to the practice field and he apparently wasn't limited in any way. This development puts the receiver on track to play in Sunday's regular-season finale in Houston after sitting out the Jaguars' last five games. The rookie validated that notion after Wednesday's practice, per John Oehser of the Jaguars' official site.
Chark (quadriceps) is slated to participate in practice Wednesday. It won't be revealed until after the session concludes whether Chark was a limited or full participant, but regardless of how he's listed, it would mark the rookie's first on-field activity since he tweaked his left quadriceps in a Week 11 loss to the Steelers. Since Chark has missed the Jaguars' last five games with the injury, he may only play a bit role in the team's offensive game plan if he makes it back for Sunday's season finale in Houston.
Chark (quadriceps) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Dolphins, John Reid of The Florida Times-Union reports. The Jaguars will hold the rookie for the fifth consecutive game, an unsurprising development after he failed to practice this week. Chark may need to log a full practice or two next week to have a realistic shot at suiting up in the Jaguars' season finale Dec. 30 against the Texans.
Chark (quadriceps) isn't on track to practice Thursday. The lack of on-field activity continues a trend that has persisted since Chark first tweaked his left quadriceps in Week 11. The rookie wideout looks highly unlikely to play Sunday in Miami and could struggle to make it back for the season finale in Houston in Week 17.
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