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Jamal Agnew | Jaguars WR

Date of Birth:  04/03/1995
Age:  27
Height  5'10"
Weight:   190
College:  San Diego
Drafted:  2017 | Round 5 | Pick 165
Depth Chart:  2nd string

Jamal Agnew | Jaguars WR


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Jamal Agnew | Jaguars WR

The Jaguars placed Jamal Agnew (hip) on injured reserve.

It looked like a pretty bad injury yesterday, and it is said to be a season-ender for the explosive receiver/returner. It's an unfortunate loss, as Agnew worked his way into a steady role on offense in addition to his superb return ability to boost the special-teams unit. Agnew had 24 receptions for 229 yards and a touchdown along with seven carries for 111 yards and a touchdown in time games for the Jaguars.

Jamal Agnew | Jaguars WR

The Jaguars are signing Jamal Agnew, according to NFL Network's Mike Garafolo.

Agnew had a decent offensive role last year for Detroit, and now we'll see if he can build on that in Jacksonville. While the biggest contribution from the former All-Pro returner might end coming on special teams, the reported details on the contact (three years for up to $21 million) are certainly interesting. Right now, the expectation is still that 2020 second-round pick Laviska Shenault Jr. will fill the versatile role that various players filled for Urban Meyer in college, but Agnew is a decent flier in dynasty leagues.

Jamal Agnew | Jaguars WR

The Lions plan to move Jamal Agnew to receiver this summer, according to Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press.

Agnew is an explosive former All-Pro punt returner that's started his career as a defensive back, but he's working at both receiver and defensive back during virtual offseason training, and Birkett says the team plans to use the fourth-year player "exclusively" at receiver when the team hits the field this summer. Agnew has dabbled on offense in his career, but it'll be interesting to see him commit all his time to that side of the ball moving forward. From a fantasy perspective, Agnew is just someone to keep an eye on for now, but he ultimately might be a bigger asset for the Lions than a fantasy contributor in 2020.