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12/29/16 - WR Marqise Lee was limited Wednesday with a hip flexor. Lee has played in all 15 games this season after missing nine games his first two seasons.
12/29/16 - WR Marqise Lee was limited in Wednesday and Thursday's practices with a hip flexor. Lee has played in all 15 games for the Jaguars this season after missing nine games his first two seasons.
12/19/16 - WR Marqise Lee who, leads the team in receiving yards (728) and is second in catches (54), failed to make a catch in the Houston game. It's only the third time in Lee's three-year career that he's been held without a catch.
12/18/16 - KR Marqise Lee had a 100-yard kickoff return for a touchdown in the third quarter. It was Jacksonville's first kick return for a score since Maurice Jones-Drew had one against the New Orleans Saints on Nov. 4, 2007.
12/12/16 - WR Marqise Lee was mostly an afterthought on the team's offense entering the season following an injury-plagued start to his career. Suddenly, he looks like the go-to option.
Lee had five catches for a career-high 113 yards against the Vikings and now leads the Jaguars with 728 receiving yards on the season. "I'm healthy; that's the biggest thing," Lee said. "It's frustrating to go out and make plays and plays to pick up the team and we just fall short."