WR Marqise Lee did not take part in the Jaguars’ first OTA session on Tuesday because of a knee injury he suffered during one of the team’s earlier workouts. After watching nagging injuries limit Lee last year, coach Gus Bradley said that the team would take a cautious route with the 2014 second-round pick.
“Marqise banged up his knee a little bit right in the middle of Phase Two,” Bradley said, via the Florida Times-Union. “He’s more day-to-day or week-to-week. I know he wants to get back here, but we’re being smart with him. We’ll see if he makes it back before the minicamp or not.”
Allen Robinson seems to be entrenched as the team's WR1, so Lee will compete with Allen Hurns for snaps as the team's WR2. From Week 12 to Week 17, after the team's bye (and Robinson's injury), Lee played 81% of the snaps while Hurns played 78%.