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2022 6 73 12.17 2 7 2.33
2021 24 229 9.54 1 111 15.86 454.5
2020 13 89 6.85 33 5.50 90.6
3y Avg. 13 105 8.08 0 51 10.20 131.1
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  • Jaguars' Jamal Agnew: Catches two TDs in loss

    Agnew caught four of six targets for 50 yards and two touchdowns during Sunday's 29-21 loss to Philadelphia. He also returned three kickoffs for 70 yards and two punts for eight yards. The 27-year-old played 18 of 47 offensive snaps with Zay Jones (ankle) inactive and took full advantage of his opportunities Sunday. Agnew scored the only two offensive touchdowns of the day for the Jaguars, and he also led the team in receptions and finished second to only Christian Kirk in targets and yards. Tim Jones actually played more offensive snaps (26) but was targeted only once, as Agnew clearly is the more trusted option among Jacksonville's depth wideouts.
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  • Jaguars' Jamal Agnew: Sticking in minor role

    Agnew caught his lone target for 17 yards and returned three punts for 18 yards during Sunday's 38-10 win over the Chargers. The 27-year-old played 12 offensive snaps in the blowout victory and once again operated as Jacksonville's No. 4 wideout. Agnew should remain in that role, in addition to handling return duties, heading into a Week 4 matchup with the Eagles.
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  • Jaguars' Jamal Agnew: Minor offensive role

    Agnew had two carries for one yard, failed to catch his lone target and returned two punts for seven yards during Sunday's 24-0 win against the Colts. Agnew played only seven offensive snaps and once again served as a gadget player in addition to his return duties. The 27-year-old is likely to remain in the same role while the rest of the receiving corps is healthy.
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  • Jaguars' Jamal Agnew: Two touches on offense

    Agnew rushed once for six yards, caught his lone target for six yards and returned one punt for two yards during Sunday's 28-22 loss at Washington. Between five kickoffs and three punts, the 27-year-old received only one opportunity in the return game, though he did garner a couple touches from scrimmage. Agnew finished fourth among Jacksonville's wideouts with seven offensive snaps, and he's unlikely to have much of a role beyond the return game while Christian Kirk, Marvin Jones and Zay Jones remain healthy.
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  • Jaguars' Jamal Agnew: Returns to full practice

    Agnew (hip) was cleared to practice in full Sunday according to head coach Doug Pederson, Mark Long of the Associated Press reports. Agnew has been limited in camp after suffering a season-ending hip injury in Week 11 last season, which required surgery. The 27-year-old is expected to be the Jaguars return man once again, while the additions of Christian Kirk and Zay Jones will likely limit his wide receiver opportunities.
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  • Jaguars' Jamal Agnew: Recovery proceeding well

    Agnew (hip) said last week on the Jag Roar Podcast that he's "feeling good" and is "probably a little bit ahead" of schedule in his recovery, Isaac Edelman of FLTeams.com reports. Agnew only appeared in 10 games with the Jaguars in 2021 before suffering a season-ending hip injury. Though Agnew officially was placed on injured reserve with the hip issue, he said he's spent the offseason recovering from a calf strain. The arrivals of Christian Kirk and Zay Jones could push Agnew further down the depth chart during the 2022 campaign, but he at the very minimum should contribute in the return game and as a rotational option out of the slot.
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  • Jaguars' Jamal Agnew: Placed on IR

    Agnew (hip) was placed on injured reserve Monday. Agnew sustained a hip injury in Sunday's 30-10 loss to San Francisco, and he'll be forced to miss at least three games. Laquon Treadwell, Tavon Austin and John Brown could see additional work at wide receiver, while Austin will likely handle return duties.
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  • Jaguars' Jamal Agnew: Makes impact as rusher

    Agnew rushed three times for 79 yards and a touchdown, failed to bring in any of his five targets, returned four punts for 30 yards and ran back five kickoffs for 101 yards in the Jaguars' 23-17 loss to the Colts on Sunday. It was a busy afternoon for the versatile Agnew to say the least, with the 26-year-old scoring on a 66-yard touchdown scamper late in the first quarter and seeing a solid amount of targets that went for naught largely due to Trevor Lawrence's accuracy issues. Agnew has seemingly surpassed Laviska Shenault as the Jaguars' jack of all trades, as before Sunday's catch-less effort he'd recorded between three and six catches in four consecutive games. Agnew will remain a solid fantasy option, especially in formats that count return yardage, in a Week 11 battle against the 49ers.
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  • Jaguars' Jamal Agnew: Makes three catches

    Agnew caught three passes for 27 yards on five targets against Buffalo on Sunday. It's a weak box score for Agnew, though it's fair to wonder if there was much he could control in a game where the Jacksonville passing game struggled profoundly against a strong Buffalo defense. Assuming the Jaguars make no personnel changes, Agnew appears poised to serve as Jacksonville's main slot receiver the rest of the year. Whether he can do much with his targets is a separate question, but the opportunities should be there to an appreciable degree.
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  • Jaguars' Jamal Agnew: Scores in garbage time

    Agnew caught six receptions for 38 yards and one touchdown on 12 targets against Seattle on Sunday. The garbage-time touchdown made Agnew useful for fantasy investors in the 31-7 loss, but six catches for 38 yards on 12 targets is dreadfully inefficient and casts a cloud over the otherwise encouraging target volume. Agnew has been busy in Jacksonville's offense since DJ Chark's season-ending injury, which led to Laviska Shenault shifting to the outside and allowed Agnew to take over in the slot. Shenault is a bad fit outside because he lacks the speed to separate on the boundary, and the funnel away from Shenault has been to the benefit of Agnew, who's seen 25 targets in his last three games, leading to him recording 17 receptions for 157 yards and one touchdown. Agnew could provide cheap PPR utility going forward if he can maintain that target volume, but if the Jaguars revisit their wideout rotation and move Shenault back into the slot, then such a move might come at the expense of Agnew. The Jaguars play Buffalo in Week 9.
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  • Jaguars' Jamal Agnew: Totals 38 scrimmage yards

    Agnew had one carry for 11 yards, caught his lone target for 27 yards and returned one kickoff for 27 yards during Thursday's 24-21 loss to Cincinnati. Agnew actually saw his fewest offensive snaps of the season (eight) despite DJ Chark's early exit due to a broken ankle, but he ended up receiving his first two touches of the season. The 26-year-old is unlikely to benefit much from Chark's absence and should continue to primarily operate as Jacksonville's return specialist, as he already has two return touchdowns this season.
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  • Jaguars' Jamal Agnew: Delivers return touchdown

    Agnew returned two kickoffs for 120 yards and a touchdown and one punt for two yards during Sunday's 23-13 loss to the Broncos. Agnew provided Jacksonville with its second touchdown of the day during the fourth quarter with his 102-yard kick return. He played only four offensive snaps and wasn't targeted in the contest. The 26-year-old hasn't been targeted through two games and should continue to see most of his opportunities in the return game.
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  • Jaguars' Jamal Agnew: Ready to rock

    The Jaguars activated Agnew (undisclosed) from the non-football injury list Monday, John Reid of The Florida Times-Union reports. Agnew began training camp on the NFI list, but now that he's passed his physical, he'll be eligible to take the field with teammates. The Jaguars are counting on Agnew to make plays in the return game, just as he did in Detroit over the last four years.
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  • Jaguars' Jamal Agnew: Not ready to practice

    The Jaguars placed Agnew (undisclosed) on the non-football injury list Wednesday, Mark Long of the Associated Press reports. Agnew joined Jacksonville via a three-year pact back in March, likely positioning him to operate as the team's top return man when healthy. The nature of his current injury remains unknown.
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  • Lions' Jamal Agnew: Tears off 71-yard kick return

    Agnew hauled in his lone target for four yards, adding an 11-yard rush and two kickoff returns for 95 yards during Sunday's 31-24 loss to Green Bay. The 2017 All-Pro special teamer was at it again Week 14, establishing a new season best with his 71-yard kickoff return in the fourth quarter Sunday. Agnew's production as a punt-return specialist has undeniably dropped since his breakout 2017 campaign that consisted of 15.4 yards per attempt and two touchdowns. His kickoff-return average has steadily exceeded 26.0 each of the past three years, however. Agnew's 19 targets, 12 receptions and 102 scrimmage yards from this season all eclipse personal bests set over his first three NFL campaigns.
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  • Lions' Jamal Agnew: Doesn't benefit from Hall's release

    Agnew caught both targets for 24 yards during Sunday's 34-30 victory over Chicago. The release of Marvin Hall opened up some snaps for other receivers, but it was Mohamed Sanu (40 snaps) and Quintez Cephus (31) who saw the most playing time besides Marvin Jones (64) and Danny Amendola (33). Agnew (16), meanwhile, remained a key cog on special teams but actually saw less offensive playing time than he has in either of the past two weeks. Considering his offensive role should only shrink further with the possible return of Kenny Golladay (hip) in the near future, Agnew does not seem headed for fantasy relevance down the stretch of the 2020 campaign.
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  • Lions' Jamal Agnew: No catches in heightened role

    Agnew was targeted once but did not record a reception during Thursday's loss to Houston. Agnew saw his second-most offensive snaps of the season in the absence of Kenny Golladay (hip) and Danny Amendola (hip), but he wasn't used much in the passing game despite Detroit trailing for most of the day. Even if Golladay and Amendola remain out in Week 13 against the Bears, the converted cornerback will not be a reliable fantasy option.
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  • Lions' Jamal Agnew: Ruled out with rib injury

    Agnew (ribs) won't play Sunday against the Vikings, Tim Twentyman of the Lions' official site reports. Agnew left last week's loss to the Colts with this injury and was unable to practice all week. Danny Amendola will likely slot into a kick and punt returner role in addition to possibly playing more on offense with the absence of Kenny Golladay (hip).
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  • Lions' Jamal Agnew: Misses second straight practice

    Agnew (ribs) did not practice Thursday. Agnew has yet to resume practicing since being forced out of Sunday's loss to the Colts with a rib injury. If he can't go Week 9, Danny Amendola will stand to take over a Detroit's primary return man.
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  • Lions' Jamal Agnew: Exits with rib injury

    Agnew is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Colts due to a rib injury. Agnew had one carry for 11 yards and returned two kickoffs for 62 yards and one punt for two yards before exiting with the injury. Danny Amendola is next up on the depth chart as the return man for Detroit.
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