When will he be available to play next Sunday against the New York Jets? Will he have a role?
To the first question, who knows. The Jaguars didn’t practice during their bye week and weren’t required to provide any information on Lee’s troublesome hamstring, which has kept him out of the lineup since the Week 3 loss at New England.
“Marqise, obviously, has a different dimension that we’re missing right now,” Caldwell said last week. “He has the ability to change the way defenses play us because he can stretch the field, he has dynamic speed and he can take a five-yard slant and take it 80 yards. He’ll be in there in terms of a rotation with [Robinson and Hurns] in some of our three-wide sets.”
The Jags are getting healthier at WR which should be good news for QB Blake Bortles. It sounds like if Lee can return and stay healthy, he'd play more on three-WR sets, but it's possible he cuts in on targets for Hurns and Robinson, too.