As the Jacksonville Jaguars young offense develops, they will be without 2014 second-round draft pick Marqise Lee.
Lee left Wednesday's practice with a hamstring injury, and Adam Schefter of ESPN is reporting that he'll be out for approximately two weeks.
The Jaguars have been a little leery of Lee's knee, as head coach Gus Bradley was going to hold him out of Monday's practice, which was eventually rained out.
“With Marqise that was more on me," Bradley said. "I just felt like in looking at his analytics, his GPS the last two days, his numbers were really high and I think from what he went through it was more precautionary on my part to say the numbers are high, they were high on all the receivers and the certain accelerations so we just kept him out. He should be ready.”
The second-year receiver has fallen behind the other second-year receivers, Allen Robinson and Allen Hurns, and Gus Bradley has proven that he will play the best players regardless of their draft position or contract status.
This potential two-week layoff is going to set Lee back even further, as he's looking to make some sort of impact in his second year.
Report: Marqise Lee To Miss Two Weeks
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