Conley didn't make a catch on three targets during Sunday's 13-6 loss to New Orleans.
Gardner Minshew struggled with only 14 completions and 163 yards Sunday, and Conley was again mostly a forgotten man in the passing game. The 26-year-old led the Jaguars' wide receivers with 49 snaps, but the slight edge in playing time has yet to show up in the statline. Conley has four receptions on 13 targets for 73 yards over the last four games and isn't worth fantasy consideration despite being locked in as the No. 3 wide receiver.
Conley caught one of three targets for 26 yards in Sunday's 34-27 loss to the Panthers.
Gardner Minshew had 374 passing yards on 44 attempts Sunday, but D.J. Chark and Dede Westbrook powered the offense with 22 targets and 246 of those yards. Conley has all but disappeared from the offense over the last four games with only four receptions for 73 yards. The 26-year-old continues to work as the team's No. 3 wide receiver, but the current lack of production keeps him off the fantasy radar.
Conley caught one of four targets for 17 yards in Sunday's win against Denver.
The 2015 third-round pick led Jacksonville's wide receivers with 66 offensive snaps, but the playing time didn't equate to much production as D.J. Chark and Dede Westbrook continue to be the go-to targets for rookie QB Gardner Minshew. Conley had 10 catches for 170 yards and a touchdown in the first two games, but he's seen only seven targets and 47 yards over the past two weeks.
Conley (knee) doesn't carry an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Broncos.
After practicing in a limited fashion both Wednesday and Thursday, Conley practiced fully Friday, gaining clearance to play this weekend in the process. Three games into the 2019 season, Conley has developed a solid rapport with QB Gardner Minshew, having logged 12 catches (on 15 targets) for 200 yards and a TD in that span.
Conley (knee) was a limited participant in Thursday's practice.
Conley has opened the week with back-to-back limited showings in practice, so he may need to turn in a full session Friday to avoid carrying an injury designation into Sunday's game against the Broncos. The 26-year-old ranks second to only D.J. Chark among Jacksonville receivers this season with 12 receptions for 200 yards and a touchdown.
Conley (knee) was limited at Wednesday's practice.
Conley logged 38 of a possible 54 snaps on offense in this past Thursday's 20-7 win over the Titans, en route to hauling in two of his three targets for 30 yards. He was forced out of that contest for a spell with what was referred to as an ankle issue but was able to return to action. With that in mind, Conley's limitations Wednesday could simply be related to the wideout getting a little banged up in Week 3.
Conley hauled in two of three targets for 30 yards in the Jaguars' 20-7 win over the Titans on Thursday.
Conley wasn't able to make the same impact he had over the first two games, with both his reception and receiving yardage totals checking in as season lows. However, he did miss some time with an in-game ankle injury and had also been nursing a hip issue coming in. The Georgia product has been a pleasant surprise overall, however, as he now has 12 receptions for 200 yards and a touchdown over his first three contests. Conley has also seen his targets dwindle in each game thus far, so he'll look to reverse the trend against the Broncos in a Week 4 road matchup a week from Sunday.
Conley returned to Thursday's game against the Titans, NFL.com reports.
It seems that the ankle injury Conley sustained wasn't too serious. He'll look to build off his one catch for 15 yards.
Conley exited Thursday's game against Tennessee with an ankle injury and is questionable to return, Tad Dickman of the Jaguars' official site reports.
It appeared that Conley was injured while throwing a block on a pass play. The 26-year-old had just gotten over a hip injury in order to be active in Thursday's contest.
Conley (hip) does not carry an injury designation for Thursday's game against the Titans.
Conley was listed as a limited participant during the Jaguars' shortened practice week, but he was on the field for 85 percent of the team's snaps on offense in this past Sunday's 13-12 loss to the Texans, en route to hauling in four of his five targets for 73 yards. Assuming no in-game setbacks Thursday, Conley figures to continue to see his share of wideout snaps alongside Dede Westbrook and D.J. Chark, with Marqise Lee also a candidate to re-enter the mix since he's off the team's Week 3 injury report.
Conley (hip) was a limited participant in Tuesday's practice.
It's a good sign that he's still getting on the field for the shortened week ahead of Thursday's game versus the Titans, as this is Conley's second straight practice in this capacity. The new Jaguar is trending toward a questionable designation unless he can practice at full speed Wednesday. Conley has been a strong wideout for the Jaguars thus far, catching 10 passes for 170 yards and a touchdown through two weeks.
Conley (hip) was listed as a limited participant on Monday's practice estimation, Erik Bacharach of The Tennessean reports.
The Jaguars didn't have a formal practice Monday, so what Conley does in Tuesday's session will be telling with regard to his status for Thursday's game against Tennessee. Through two contests so far this season, the 26-year-old has caught 10 of 12 targets for 170 yards and a touchdown.
Conley caught four of five targets for 73 yards during Sunday's 13-12 loss to the Texans.
Conley is developing into the go-to deep threat for rookie signal caller Gardner Minshew, as the two combined for gains of 16, 14, 31 and 12 yards in their first mutual NFL start -- comprising half of Minshew's 12-plus yard passing gains on the afternoon. The Jaguars' Week 3 opponent has been proficient at limiting explosive gains in recent history, as the Titans allowed the 10th-fewest passing gains of 20 or more yards last year, and Sunday contained Indianapolis to fewer than 150 total passing yards.
Conley caught six of seven targets for 97 yards and a touchdown during Sunday's 40-26 loss to Kansas City.
In his first game in a Jaguars uniform, Conley led the team in catches and targets, delivering a big 21-yard catch on a Nick Foles pass to convert a third and long early in the game and finishing up with a garbage-time touchdown from undrafted rookie Gardner Minshew. Whatever fantasy value Jacksonville's pass offense had to start the season has obviously taken a hit since Nick Foles went down with a broken clavicle. Minshew played well against a Chiefs pass defense that was weak in 2018 -- and Houston shouldn't be much tougher in Week 2 -- but tougher matchups against teams like Tennessee and Carolina loom.
Conley started Thursday's preseason game against the Dolphins and drew a 28-yard defensive pass interference penalty.
Conley wasn't officially targeted in the contest due to the penalty, but he still made an impact as he played 19 offensive snaps in his first preseason action. The 26-year-old is expected to serve as Jacksonville's No. 3 wide receiver, but he should see plenty of chances given his strong offseason and the team's lack of established pass catchers.
Conley is slated to play in Thursday's preseason game against the Dolphins, John Reid of The Florida Times-Union reports.
Conley will make his preseason debut along with Dede Westbrook, while Marquise Lee (knee) will remain sidelined. An offseason pickup from the Chiefs, Conley remains firmly in the mix for a starting receiver job in his first season in Jacksonville.
Conley is not in line to play in Thursday's preseason game against the Eagles.
Dede Westbrook and Tyre Brady are also slated to sit, which sets the stage for the likes of D.J. Chark, Keelan Cole,Terrelle Pryor C.J. Board, Tre McBride and Raphael Leonard to handle the team's wideout duties Thursday
Conley won't dress for Thursday's preseason game against the Bills, John Oehser of the team's official site reports.
Conley is expected to have a solidified role in the offense for 2019, so the team is likely giving him a rest day. He is one of six wide receivers held out for the game, likely leaving the trio of Keelan Cole, C.J. Board and Tyre Brady with plenty of work.
Conley has appeared to develop a solid rapport with quarterback Nick Foles on deep balls early in training camp, Phillip Heilman of The Athletic reports.
Conley and Foles illustrated that rapport during Tuesday's joint practice with the Ravens, with the pair connecting for a 65-yard touchdown down the left sideline. The wideout also looked like the team's best pass catcher during the offseason program and continues to showcase well in training camp. The 26-year-old is coming off a career-low 10.4 yards per reception last season with the Chiefs, as he remained limited to a peripheral role in the high-powered offense. Conley should have every opportunity to carve out a sizable role in an offense lacking any elite pass catchers over the next few weeks, especially until Marqise Lee (knee) returns from the PUP list.
Conley was Jacksonville's best wide receiver throughout the offseason program, according to ESPN.com's Mike DiRocco.
Marqise Lee (knee) wasn't available, but it's noteworthy that Conley looked better than the team's 2018 receiving leader, Dede Westbrook, who is drawing hype as a third-year breakout candidate. Granted, the Jaguars mostly have used Westbrook from the slot, while Conley primarily played outside in Kansas City. With Westbrook seemingly locked in for slot work, the battle for outside snaps involves Conley, Lee, D.J. Chark, Keelan Cole and Terrelle Pryor. The Jacksonville passing attack isn't likely to be prolific with Nick Foles playing quarterback, but a lack of pass-catching talent at running back and tight end should push a higher-than-average share of the total targets to wide receivers.
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