Core was a healthy scratch the final two weeks of the season and ended the season without a catch, with almost all of his action coming on special teams.
Core was already on the fringe of the offense before the Bengals drafted two wide receivers in 2017. He's at risk of losing his roster spot in 2018.
Core (concussion) practiced without limitations Wednesday.
Core has appeared in six games this year, but hasn't hauled in a reception and has only been targeted four times. However, receivers Brandon LaFell (hamstring) and Tyler Boyd (knee) both didn't practice Wednesday, so Core could see more offensive snaps if either or both can't play Sunday against the Jaguars. Either way, it likely won't be enough to make Core a reliable fantasy asset.
Core (concussion) didn't take part in practice Thursday, Jim Owczarski of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
Core remains in the concussion protocol and has yet to practice this week, so unless he exhibits significant improvement in the next couple of days, it's likely he'll be included among the Bengals' inactives Sunday against the Colts. A depth receiver for the Bengals, Core has logged more snaps on special teams (102) than offense (63) this season, so his expected absence would go largely unnoticed in the fantasy realm.
Core sat out of Wednesday's practice due to a concussion, Katherine Terrell of ESPN.com reports.
Core likely picked up the injury at some point during the Bengals' Week 7 loss to the Steelers, during which he logged a season-high 36 snaps (21 on offense). The second-year wideout has been targeted just four times this campaign and has yet to haul in a reception through six games.