Westbrook is dealing with an illness and isn't expected to practice Thursday, John Reid of The Florida Times-Union reports.
The Jaguars will presumably wait and see how Westbrook responds to a day of rest and recovery before gauging his availability for Sunday's game against the Titans, but the ailment most likely won't affect his status for the contest. Westbrook recently shook off neck and shoulder injuries that forced a one-game absence, returning to action after a bye week to play 84 percent of the Jaguars' offensive snaps in the Week 11 loss to Indianapolis.
Westbrook hauled in four of his six targets for 32 yards in the team's Week 12 loss to the Colts.
Westbrook played for the first time since Week 8 due to a neck and shoulder injury. In his return, he drew six targets with DJ Chark, Leonard Fournette and Chris Conley all out-targeting him. If Westbrook continues to lose volume, his value will see a sharp decline as he's averaged only 11.5 yards per reception for the season. He'll look to increase his targets once again when the Jaguars take on the Titans in Week 12.
Westbrook (neck/shoulder) practiced fully Wednesday.
Westbrook is now poised to see his first game action since Week 8, and in his looming return to the lineup he'll be catching passes from Nick Foles, who's back from a collarbone injury and now slated to reclaim the Jaguars' starting quarterback job. It remains to be seen how well Westbrook and Foles click, but as long as he can stay healthy, the wideout should draw enough targets Sunday against the Colts to re-enter the fantasy radar in Week 11, at least in PPR formats.
Westbrook (neck/shoulder) is expected to practice Wednesday.
Coach Doug Marrone relayed the same expectation last week, hoping to get the slot receiver back for Sunday's game in Indianapolis. The extent of Westbrook's practice participation remains to be seen, with full participation in Wednesday's session not out of the question coming off a Week 10 bye.
Coach Doug Marrone said Westbrook (neck/shoulder) would resume practicing following the Jaguars' bye, Hays Carlyon of 1010 AM WJXL reports.
The Jaguars will begin their Week 11 prep in earnest next Monday, but the extent of Westbrook's participation in practice won't be known until Jacksonville releases its first injury report two days later. In any event, Westbrook looks like he'll be ready to go when the Jaguars play their next game Nov. 17 versus the Colts. Westbrook will look to re-establishe a rapport in practices with Nick Foles (collarbone), who will return from injured reserve and take back the starting quarterback job from rookie Gardner Minshew.
Westbrook (neck/shoulder) is inactive Sunday for the Jaguars' game against the Texans in London, John Oehser of the Jaguars' official site reports.
With Westbrook sidelined for the first time this season, Chris Conley is slated to start at receiver alongside D.J. Chark, per Oehser. Considering that Westbrook was able to take part in practice on a limited basis Wednesday through Friday along with the fact that the Jaguars are on bye in Week 10, he should only be in store for a one-game absence.
Westbrook (neck/shoulder), who is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Texans in London, isn't expected to play Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
The Jaguars promoted wideout Michael Walker from the practice squad presumably to provide additional depth while Westbrook is sidelined. D.J. Chark and Chris Conley should see extra targets as a result of Westbrook's absence.
Westbrook (neck/shoulder) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Texans, Hays Carlyon of 1010 AM WJXL reports.
It's not yet clear how much work Westbrook got in at Friday's practice, but he presumably got in at least a limited session for the third day in a row, so he could avoid missing any further action after leaving last week's game early because of his injuries. Those hoping to include Westbrook in their Week 9 lineups will want to check on his status early Sunday morning, as the Jaguars and Texans will kick off at 9:30 ET in London.
Westbrook (neck/shoulder) remained limited at practice Thursday, John Oehser of the Jaguars' official site reports.
The same applies to DJ Chark, which bodes well for the duo's chances of being available Sunday against the Texans. Friday's final Week 9 injury report will relay whether or not Westbrook carries a "questionable" designation into the weekend, as was the case in Week 8 before he ultimately suited up for the Jaguars' 29-15 win over the Jets.
Westbrook (neck/shoulder) is expected to log another practice Thursday.
Stay tuned for the official practice report when the session is wrapped up, but both Westbrook and fellow wideout D.J. Chark (quad) are expected to give it a go. While Friday might end up as the defining day, seeing both log consecutive days bodes well for Jacksonville's Week 9 passing attack.
Westbrook (neck/shoulder) was a limited practice participant Wednesday, Michael DiRocco of ESPN.com reports.
Westbrook aggravated the neck and shoulder injuries during Sunday's win over the Jets, but the fact he's practicing -- even in a limited fashion -- puts him on track to play versus the Texans this week. It's still worth watching his practice participation over the next couple days, while fellow wideout D.J. Chark (quadriceps) is also nursing an injury.
Westbrook (shoulder) could take the field in Sunday's game against the Texans, John Reid of The Florida Times-Union reports.
Westbrook was unable to return to Sunday's contest versus the Jets due to neck and shoulder issues, aggravating problems that left him questionable entering Sunday before he was cleared to play. His practice availability will be something to monitor ahead of the Week 9 clash in London.
Westbrook (neck/shoulder) exited Sunday's game against the Jets and will not return, John Oehser of the Jaguars' official site reports.
Westbrook was questionable for Sunday's game with the neck and shoulder issues but was cleared to play, though he apparently aggravated the injuries during the first half. He failed to catch his lone target before leaving the contest. Chris Conley -- three catches for 97 yards and a touchdown -- has become more involved in the passing game in his absence.
Westbrook (neck/shoulder) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Jets.
Westbrook, who headed into last weekend's game against the Bengals listed as questionable with a shoulder injury, was subsequently able to suit up and see 53 of a possible 80 snaps on offense, en route to hauling in six of nine targets for 103 yards. Assuming no in-game setbacks Sunday, he figures to see his share of looks in Week 8, after having been targeted 28 times over his last three outings.
Westbrook (neck/shoulder) is expected to play Sunday against the Jets, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Westbrook put in a limited practice Friday and received the questionable tag, and it doesn't look as though he'll be forced to miss game action. The 25-year-old has dealt with the shoulder issue for the last couple weeks but is coming off his most productive game of the season -- six catches for 103 yards -- last Sunday against the Bengals.
Westbrook (neck/shoulder) will be listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Jets, Hays Carlyon of 1010 AM WJXL reports.
Westbrook -- who returned to a limited practice Friday -- approached last week's contest against the Bengals listed as questionable with a shoulder injury, but he proceeded to log 53 of a possible 80 snaps on offense, hauling in six of nine targets for 103 yards. It remains to be seen if he'll be able to tough it out again this weekend, but fortunately for those considering Westbrook in Week 8 fantasy lineups, the Jaguars kick off at 1:00 p.m. ET on Sunday.
Westbrook (neck/shoulder) didn't take part in Thursday's practice.
Confirming what had already been expected, Westbrook missed his second practice in as many days and now looks like he could be in danger of sitting out Sunday's game against the Jets. Before deciding on Westbrook's fate, the Jaguars will see what the wideout can do during the final practice of the week Friday, if he's even able to make it on the field.
Westbrook (neck/shoulder) is not expected to participate in Thursday's practice.
This will be Westbrook's second straight absence from practice due to neck and shoulder injuries, and while Wednesday's absence was viewed as a potential precautionary measure, a second missed practice definitely gives reason for concern. Look for the Jaguars to provide more information on Westbrook's health later in the day Thursday.
Westbrook didn't practice Wednesday due to neck and shoulder injuries.
Westbrook headed into Sunday's eventual victory over the Bengals nursing only the shoulder injury, but he went on to play 53 of the Jaguars' 80 offensive snaps en route to catching six of his nine targets for 103 yards. With no reported setbacks in that contest, there's a decent chance that Westbrook's absence from practice Wednesday was maintenance-related. His return to the field in any capacity Thursday would support that notion.
Westbrook (shoulder) caught six of nine targets for 103 yards and rushed twice for 14 yards in Sunday's 27-17 win over the Bengals.
Westbrook topped 100 receiving yards for the first time this season, as the slot receiver consistently worked his way open against the winless Bengals. D.J. Chark has emerged as the No. 1 wide receiver in Jacksonville and Chris Conley remains involved as well, so Westbrook has had to share the spotlight, but he's still caught at least five balls in five of seven games heading into his team's Week 8 clash with the Jets.
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