DJ Chark harm replace: Jaguars' WR seemingly out for the season after ankle harm vs. Bengals

The Jaguars’ offense was dealt a giant blow early in Thursday’s recreation towards the Bengals.

One among Trevor Lawrence’s prime targets, huge receiver DJ Chark, left the sphere after struggling a reported ankle fracture on the third play of the evening.

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Chark had his leg rolled up on on the finish of the play. He was positioned on a cart and brought to the locker room. The Jaguars haven’t introduced the severity of the harm however NFL Community’s Ian Rapoport reported that Chark suffered a fracture and can be out indefinitely.

And Monday, Rapoport reported that Chark is now seemingly out for the season because of his harm.

By three video games this season, Chark has seven catches for 154 yards and two touchdowns.

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He is two years faraway from a 1,000-yard season and a Professional Bowl nod. The Jaguars chosen him within the second spherical (61st total) out of LSU within the 2018 NFL Draft.

Marvin Jones and Laviska Shenault, the Jags’ prime two cross catchers this yr, will seemingly choose up Chark’s share of the workload Thursday. Long run, Jacksonville may lean on its different energetic receivers — Jamal Agnew, Tavon Austin or Tyron Johnson. The Jaguars even have 5 receivers on their apply squad: Jeff Cotton, Josh Hammond, Tim Jones, Devin Smith and Laquon Treadwell.

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