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Jags' WR Christian Kirk to return from IR

Kirk sustained a core muscle injury during a 26-yard reception on the Jaguars' initial offensive play Week 13. He underwent surgery shortly after.

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Fantasy News: Jags' WR Christian Kirk to return from IR

Kirk sustained a core muscle injury during a 26-yard reception on the Jaguars' initial offensive play Week 13. He underwent surgery shortly after.  more »


Jags wide receiver Ridley applies for reinstatement

Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver CALVIN RIDLEY officially applied for reinstatement this week from his suspension for gambling on NFL games during the 2021 season as a member of the Atlanta Falcons.More While on the non-football injury list, Ridley placed wagers in late November 2021, a move that was condemned by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell. Upon his return, Ridley will be another option for quarterback TREVOR LAWRENCE alongside wide receivers CHRISTIAN KIRK and ZAY JONES. Less

Source: Florida Times-Union


Jags WR Kirk feels disrespected after career season

Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver CHRISTIAN KIRK said on Monday that he does not feel that he gets the respect that he deserves after signing a four-year, $72 million deal as aMore free agent last offseason. Kirk added that he feels he is “one of the best receivers in the NFL”. The numbers seem to support his case, as Kirk finished last season ranked among the top receivers in the league by posting career-highs with 84 catches for 1,108 yards and 8 touchdowns. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Ask the Experts: Who has changed your opinion most this postseason?

ASK THE EXPERTS appears weekly from training camp through the Super Bowl with answers to a new question being posted Thursday morning. How the guest experts responded when we asked them: Who has changed your opinion most, for good or ill, this postseason?  more »


Ian Allan: Month-long streaks

Looking over the week-by-week stats, I see eight cases where a team or player has either improved or declined every week. Nothing too notable, but I’ll run them down.  more »


Around the NFL: Christian Kirk

Much joshing (or complaining) about the contract the Jaguars handed Christian Kirk is occurring, especially since it kind of reset the wide receiver market, prompting a lot of monster contracts, trades and/or players perhaps wanting new deals. This doesn't mean, though, that Kirk isn't a good receiver.   more »


Factoid: Jacksonville receivers

Jacksonville signed Christian Kirk and Zay Jones to nice free agent contracts, but I’m not confident those guys will post good numbers. When Doug Pederson was coaching in Philadelphia, after all, the wide receivers weren’t all that involved in the offense.   more »



Jaguars sign WR Kirk

The Jacksonville Jaguars signed playmaking wide receiver CHRISTIAN KIRK, formerly of the Arizona Cardinals, to a four-year, $72 million contract. With Pro Bowl wideouts ahead of him on the depth chartMore in Arizona, Kirk has never had the chance to be a #1 receiver. That all changes with the Jaguars, as Kirk is expected to lead the WR corps for young quarterback TREVOR LAWRENCE in Jacksonville. Less

Source: Florida Times-Union

Around the NFL: Cardinals wideouts

Toward the end of the Cardinals-Rams game Monday night, the Rams had a couple opportunities to end the game with an interception, including one really groan-inducing drop. Cardinals fans wish they'd got that interception, since after that play, both DeAndre Hopkins and James Conner got shaken up.   more »



Cardinals QB Murray envisions three 1,000-yard receivers in 2020

Arizona quarterback KYLER MURRAY said recently he thinks it is possible that the Cardinals can have three 1,000-yard receivers in 2020. Murray, of course, is talking about wideouts DEANDRE HOPKINS, LARRYMore FITZGERALD, and CHRISTIAN KIRK. Head coach Kliff Kingsbury agreed with Murray’s assessment. The feat has been accomplished before, most recently by Arizona (Fitzgerald, Anquan Boldin, and Steve Breaston) back in 2008. Fantasy owners take note. Less



Murray, Kirk spark Cardinals in loss

Rookie quarterback KYLER MURRAY threw 3 touchdown passes in Sunday’s game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. All three of Murray’s touchdowns went to wide receiver CHRISTIAN KIRK, who finished with sixMore catches for a game-high 138 yards. Kirk had touchdowns of 33, 69, and 15 yards on behalf of his fantasy owners. Less

Source: Arizona Republic


Johnson, Kirk to be game-time decisions vs. Saints

Arizona Cardinals running back DAVID JOHNSON and wide receiver CHRISTIAN KIRK are both dealing with ankle injuries that will leave them as game-time decisions for Sunday’s game against the New OrleansMore Saints. Johnson did not practice this week but head coach Kliff Kingsbury did not rule out the possibility of him playing against the Saints. Less

Source: Team Website


Cardinals WR Kirk out vs. Bengals

The Arizona Cardinals have ruled wide receiver CHRISTIAN KIRK out for Sunday’s game against the Cincinnati Bengals. Kirk suffered an ankle injury toward the end of the Cardinals’ Week #4 loss.More While the injury does not appear to be as serious as initially feared, there is no official timetable for Kirk’s eventual return to action. Less

Source: Team Blog


Cardinals sign WR Crabtree

The Arizona Cardinals agreed to a one-year contract with veteran wide receiver MICHAEL CRABTREE on Wednesday. Crabtree, 31, had worked out for the Cardinals two weeks ago but the two sides did not come to an agreement. The move adds depth behind LARRY FITZGERALD and second year wideout CHRISTIAN KIRK.

Source: Team Website

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