Jaguars CB C.J. Henderson (shoulder) and LB Myles Jack (ankle) are inactive for today's game against the Texans. Rookie CB Chris Claybrooks will start in Henderson's place. Dakota Allen will start in place of Jack. Both carry IDP upside, though there's also the uncertainty of less-proven players.
The Jaguars activated S Jarrod Wilson (hamstring) off IR on Saturday. Wilson missed the past 3 games and remained limited in practice this week. It's not clear whether he'll return to the starting lineup or continue to let Andrew Wingard play in his place for another game. Try to avoid the situation altogether, if you can.
The Jaguars have downgraded DE Josh Allen to out for Sunday's game against the Texans. He already looked unlikely to play through a knee injury that kept him out of practice all week. Allen's absence could mean more snaps for rookie K'Lavon Chaisson and DE Dawuane Smoot. Chaisson reached 50% snap share for the 2nd time in 4 games last week but hasn't looked like a player who belongs in IDP lineups yet. Smoot has yet to hit 50% in a game this season. Cassius Marsh could see the biggest boost at the position. His playing time has gone 19%, 62% and 32% through his 3 appearances.
Jaguars DE Josh Allen (knee), LB Myles Jack (ankle) and CB C.J. Henderson (shoulder) are questionable for Sunday's game against the Texans. Jack is the only one worth waiting on for IDP lineups. Allen missed practice all week. The other 2 put in limited practices Thursday and Friday. We'll check the status of all 3 when the inactives come out Sunday morning.
Seahawks RB Carlos Hyde (shoulder) is questionable for Sunday night’s game against the Vikings. He’ll step back in as Seattle’s #2 RB if he’s able to suit up. If not, it’ll again be Travis Homer and DeeJay Dallas behind Chris Carson.
Jaguars OLB Myles Jack left Sunday's game early with an ankle injury and did not return. HC Doug Marrone said Tuesday that he's "optimistic" about the starters lost to injury against the Bengals but that he'd know more when the practice week begins Wednesday. Dakota Allen came on and finished the game in Jack's spot. He'd likely start in Jack's spot if the latter can't go.
Jaguars CB C.J. Henderson left Sunday's loss to the Bengals with a shoulder injury. He played just 12 snaps before leaving for the rest of the game. Seventh-round rookie Chris Claybrooks stepped in to play 72% of the snaps. We'll see about Henderson's status heading into Week 5 against Houston.
Seahawks CB Shaq Griffin is questionable (shoulder) for Sunday's game against the Dolphins. He put in a full practice Friday after being limited the first 2 days. That suggests we should expect Griffin to play. We'll check his status Sunday morning to confirm. As expected, Seattle also officially ruled out S Jamal Adams (groin) and CB Quinton Dunbar (knee).
Jaguars WR D.J. Chark (chest, back) isn’t listed on the final Week 4 injury report. He put in a full practice on Friday, so he should be ready for his usual role this weekend. Chark was off to a slow-ish start before missing Week 3, but he’s worth getting back into fantasy lineups for Sunday’s plus matchup vs. the Bengals.
Jaguars WR D.J. Chark (chest, back) was limited in Wednesday's practice. QB Gardner Minshew struggled without Chark in Thursday night's loss to the Dolphins. We'll see if Chark can make it back for this weekend's game vs. the Bengals.
Jaguars S Andrew Wingard left in the 1st half of Thursday night's game against the Dolphins with a core injury and was ruled out for the game. We'll see about Wingard's status heading into Week 4. He was already filling in for S Jarrod Wilson.
Jaguars WR D.J. Chark (back, chest) has been downgraded to out for Thursday night's game against the Dolphins. His status for Week 4 and beyond is uncertain. Chark's absence tonight leaves Keelan Cole and Laviska Shenault as Jacksonville's top 2 WRs. It might also mean an extra target or 2 or TE Tyler Eifert.
The Jaguars placed K Josh Lambo (hip) on IR. He'll miss at least the next 3 games and can be dropped from fantasy rosters. Brandon Wright will kick for Jacksonville against Miami on Thursday night but isn't a recommended fantasy play.
Jaguars WR D.J. Chark (chest) was limited in practice this week and is listed as questionable for Thursday night's game against the Dolphins. We've heard no concern over this -- but check back around 7 pm ET tomorrow to make sure Chark is active.
Update: Chark did not practice on Wednesday after being limited the previous 2 days. The downgrade has him looking much iffier for tomorrow night.
Jaguars DE Josh Allen missed practice Wednesday with a calf issue. He left Sunday's win over the Colts early with calf cramping. Jaguars HC Doug Marrone said he expects Allen to return to practice Thursday, according to Jim Wyatt of the Titans website, so it sounds like Allen should be ready to play against Tennessee on Sunday.
The Jaguars this week placed S Jarrod Wilson on IR with a hamstring injury suffered in the win over the Colts. That means Wilson will miss at least the next 3 games. Jacksonville added CB Sidney Jones to the active roster after deactivating Wilson, who is merely a lower-level IDP option.
Jaguars OC Jay Gruden said RB James Robinson "can handle the workload. He’s tough. He’s strong. He’s got great vision. He can explode through holes. We’ve been impressed with him." Frankly, Jacksonville doesn't have a choice but to make Robinson the lead ball-carrier, with Ryquell Armstead on the COVID list and Devine Ozigbo on IR with a hamstring injury. Robinson is a good bet for 10+ carries in Sunday's opener vs. the Colts. But he doesn't bring much TD upside and will lose most of the pass-catching work to RB Chris Thompson.
Jaguars RB Devine Ozigbo (hamstring) has been placed on IR. That knocks him out for at least the first 3 games of the season. With RB Ryquell Armstead on the COVID list, Jacksonville is down to RBs James Robinson, Chris Thompson and newly signed Dare Ogunbowale. Robinson is now a safe bet to lead the way in carries in this weekend's opener against the Colts. Thompson should handle the majority of the passing-game work.