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Week 17 Outlook
An MRI confirms that Jacksonville Jaguars WR Dede Westbrook did indeed tear his ACL on Sunday and will miss the remainder of the season.
Westbrook hasn't been much of a factor this season coming off back-to-back 66 catch campaigns. With rumors swirling that the Jags may be looking to make a QB change, D.J. Chark, Keelan Cole, and Laviska Shenault can only be considered in the WR3/FLEX conversation until they prove otherwise.
Jacksonville Jaguars fear that WR Dede Westbrook suffered a torn ACL Sunday, will have an MRI Monday to confirm.
After battling neck and shoulder issues in 2019, Westbrook was the forgotten man in the Jaguars passing attack this season. Coming off back-to-back 66 catch campaigns, he saw playing time in just two games in 2020 and caught one pass for four yards. Monday's MRI is likely to confirm a season-ending ACL injury for the fourth-year wideout.
Dede Westbrook (knee) left with a knee injury in the first quarter of Sunday's game against the Chargers, Jaguars PR Director Tad Dickman reports.
Westbrook was injured on a kick return, and it was a serious enough injury for the television booth to opt-out of showing a replay. He was immediately carted to the locker room and was ruled out. Fantasy owners should keep an eye on updates to see how serious the injury is.
WR Dede Westbrook will not play Sunday's Week 5 game against the Texans.
Westbrook remains inactive for the second consecutive week. He has played in only one contest so far this season. Look for DJ Chark and Laviska Shenault to lead the Jaguars wide reciever corps on Sunday.
WR Dede Westbrook is listed as inactive for Sunday's Week 4 matchup against the Bengals.
Westbrook has only played in one game so far in 2020 and is inactive Week 4. He hauled in one catch on one target for four yards during that one contest. DJ Chark returned to action Week 4 and the Jaguars decided to make Westbrook a healthy scratch. The 26-year-old WR is droppable in all league formats.