DJ Chark Jr.

DJ Chark Jr. Fantasy

Healthy
8 7th
TDs
2019
1008 24th
2019
0.0 1st
2019
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Height / Weight
6'4" / 198 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
September 23, 1996 (23)
Experience
3rd Season
Drafted
2018 / Rd. 2 / Pk. 61 (JAX)
College
LSU

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DJ Chark Jr. News

D.J. Chark Jr. Part Of A Small Group

Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver D.J. Chark Jr. is one of only four wideouts since 2018 to have not dropped a catchable pass, according to Pro Football Focus. This was another welcome statistic for the 23-year-old who had a breakout year in 2019 by finishing with 73 receptions for just over 1,000 receiving yards and eight touchdowns. He was one of the most targeted players in the league and was undoubtedly a welcome addition to fantasy teams as a result of his late-round ADP heading into the season. Chark is the favorite to lead the team in receiving production once again by the end of the 2020 campaign but could struggle at times if quarterback Gardner Minshew III doesn't improve on his accuracy as a passer.

Jun. 29th • 5:33 AM
Jay Gruden Excited About Using D.J. Chark Jr.

Jacksonville Jaguars offensive coordinator Jay Gruden said he can do more with wide receiver D.J. Chark Jr.'s size, speed and ability to get out of breaks in his routes. Gruden will move Chark around some in the slot and called the third-year receiver an excellent physical specimen. Chark is making an impression on his new offensive coordinator and wants to be great. The 23-year-old had a Pro Bowl season in 2019, catching 73 passes for 1,008 yards and eight touchdowns in his second season. There is plenty of upside with Chark with a new coordinator, but expect more inconsistent production in a run-first offense with one of the weakest starting QBs in the league. If everything goes his way, Chark could be a solid WR2, but fantasy owners are better off taking him as a WR3.

May. 26th • 4:02 PM
D.J. Chark Doesn't Expect His Role To Change

Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver D.J. Chark doesn't expect his role to change going into next season under new offensive coordinator Jay Gruden. Chark became the team's No. 1 receiver under John DeFilippo in 2019, and he expects Gruden to do the same to utilize his playmaking abilities. The second-round pick of 2018 had a breakout year in 2019 and thinks Gruden's West Coast offense is a good fit for him. Chark is in his first Pro Bowl after catching 73 passes for 1,008 yards and eight touchdowns. He had 14 catches for 174 yards and no touchdowns as a rookie. He'll have WR2 upside going into 2020, but the uncertainty at quarterback will make him a bit volatile in fantasy drafts.

Jan. 25th • 12:43 PM

Depth Chart

  • Offense
  • Defense
QB Gardner Minshew II
Joshua Dobbs
RB Leonard Fournette
Ryquell Armstead
LWR DJ Chark Jr.
Laviska Shenault Jr.
RWR Dede Westbrook
Keelan Cole
SWR Chris Conley
C.J. Board
TE Tyler Eifert
Josh Oliver
LT Cam Robinson
Ryan Pope
LG Andrew Norwell
Tyler Shatley
C Brandon Linder
Tyler Gauthier
RG A.J. Cann
Will Richardson Jr.
RT Jawaan Taylor
Blake Hance
LDE Josh Allen
Al Woods
NT Abry Jones
Davon Hamilton
DT Taven Bryan
Rodney Gunter
RDE Yannick Ngakoue
Dawuane Smoot
WLB Myles Jack
Quincy Williams
MLB Joe Schobert
Shaq Quarterman
SLB K'Lavon Chaisson
Leon Jacobs
LCB Rashaan Melvin
Tre Herndon
SS Ronnie Harrison
Doug Middleton
FS Jarrod Wilson
Andrew Wingard
RCB D.J. Hayden
Parry Nickerson
CB C.J. Henderson
Chris Claybrooks
K Josh Lambo