Wide receiver D.J. Chark made more of an impact as a gunner in 2018 than he did as a receiver (14 catches). He said he didn't realize the amount of time he needed to spend with his playbook each week and didn't know how to prepare. But he says he's much more comfortable now and that shows.
The story said he had issues catching the ball last season, but he showed no signs of that in OTAs and training camp. He's been the most impressive receiver, and it comes at a position that desperately needs playmakers to emerge alongside Dede Westbrook. We have Chark second on our WR depth chart for the Jags.