Lions WR D.J. Chark said he’s not limited in offseason workouts. Chark, of course, is coming off a late September ankle fracture. "They’re always there to let me know like, if it’s bothering me I don’t have to push it as hard or things like that, cause they want me to be where I’m at my peak when the season starts," Chark, 25, said. "But no, I do everything that everybody else does. That’s just how I am. I wouldn’t feel good going home knowing that I didn’t do whatever because the other guys, and I feel like that’s how you earn your respect and your keep around here.” Chark signed a 1-year, $10 million deal back in March. He'll fill an intermediate/deep role in a suddenly-strong Detroit offense.
Lions WRs D.J. Chark (ankle) and Josh Reynolds (ankle) returned to limited practices on Thursday. Both guys are now trending toward being available for this weekend's game vs. the Patriots. WR Quintez Cephus remained sidelined and looks unlikely to play in that one. Check back tomorrow afternoon for another update on Detroit's Week 5 WR situation.
The Lions have downgraded WR D.J. Shark (ankle) to OUT for Sunday's game against the Seahawks. That leaves QB Jared Goff without his top 2 wideouts, as Amon-Ra St. Brown had already been ruled out. The team elevated WRs Tom Kennedy and Maurice Alexander from the practice squad. Kalif Raymond and Quintez Cephus should join Josh Reynolds in the starting lineup.
Lions WRs D.J. Chark (ankle) and Josh Reynolds (ankle) are questionable for this weekend's game vs. the Seahawks. Both guys got in 2 limited practices this week -- Chark on Wednesday and Friday; Reynolds on Thursday and Friday. We're expecting them both to play on Sunday and operate as Detroit's top 2 WRs with Amon-Ra St. Brown out. But check back around 11:30 am to make sure they're active.
Lions WR D.J. Chark (ankle) went from a limited practice on Wednesday to no practice on Thursday. That puts his availability for this weekend's game vs. the Seahawks in question. WR Josh Reynolds (ankle) is also banged up, missing practice on Wednesday but returning to a limited workout on Thursday. We'll update the situation tomorrow.
Lions WR D.J. Chark has been "impressive all camp," Tim Twentyman of the team's website writes. Chark, who signed a 1-year, $10 million contract with Detroit in free agency, "had a monster practice" on Saturday, including this diving catch. Still just 25 and with a 1,000-yard season under his belt, Chark could be a strong value at his current WR60 ADP.
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