Jaguars WR Marqise Lee was carted off the field during Saturday night's Week 3 preseason matchup between Jacksonville and Atlanta with what appeared to be a serious leg injury. We'll update the situation once we know more.
Keelan Cole has been running alongside Lee as a starter, so he’s the de facto No. 1 WR with Dede Westbrook likely moving into the No. 2 role. Donte Moncrief and D.J. Chark will battle for real-world WR3 targets. Consider Cole a fantasy WR4 and Westbrook a fantasy WR5. Both players have some upside from there, but Jacksonville’s receiving pecking order has been tough to pin down all summer. It’s possible (but doubtful) that the Jaguars move Moncrief or Chark into a starting role, leaving Westbrook as the No. 3 WR. Chark is 6-foot-3 with 4.34 speed. For what it’s worth, ESPN beat writer Michael DiRocco said that Chark has been the “most impressive receiver” at camp.