Marcedes Lewis TE JAC 2 days ago

Lewis (knee) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Bucs.

Marcedes Lewis TE JAC 4 days ago

Lewis (knee) is listed as probable for Sunday's game against the Bucs.

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Lewis did catch five passes on ...

Marcedes Lewis TE JAC 5 days ago

Lewis (knee) practiced fully Thursday.

Marcedes Lewis TE JAC 6 days ago

Lewis (knee) did not practice Wednesday.

Marcedes Lewis TE JAC 1 week ago

Lewis caught five passes on eight targets for 40 yards in Sunday's loss to the Colts.

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After being held without a ...

Marcedes Lewis TE JAC 3 weeks ago

Lewis failed to record a reception in Sunday's win over Miami.

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Marcedes Lewis TE JAC 1 month ago

Lewis will be the Jaguars' No. 1 tight end Sunday against Carolina with Julius Thomas (hand) officially ruled out.

Marcedes Lewis TE JAC 5 months ago

Lewis will serve as the second tight end in an offense that will feature more two tight-end sets in 2015, the Florida Times-Union reports.

Lewis will obviously have a reduced role as a receiver after the Jaguars signed Julius Thomas, the centerpiece of the team's offseason acquisitions. However, new offensive coordinator Greg Olson plans to deploy multiple tight-end sets and Lewis, a good blocker, is part of that strategy.

Marcedes Lewis TE JAC 6 months ago

Lewis has restructured the final year of his contract with the Jaguars, reports.

Lewis had been slated to count $8.2 million against the team's salary cap, with his re-structured deal now putting him on track to remain with the Jags in 2015. Of course, the team's hefty investment in fellow TE Julius Thomas represents a hit to Lewis' fantasy upside. That said, Lewis -- who caught 18 passes for 206 yards in eight games for the Jags in 2014 -- should continue to be an asset to the team's offense, thanks to his ability as an inline tight end and blocker.

Marcedes Lewis TE JAC 7 months ago

The Jaguars' signing of Julius Thomas will not affect Lewis' status with the team, ESPN reports.

GM David Caldwell stated that Lewis will not be cut by the team, but he also said Lewis is not guaranteed a spot on the roster. "He's going to have to compete to be here," Caldwell said. Lewis has dealt with a number of injuries throughout his career, and he missed eight games with a high ankle sprain last season. New offensive coordinator Greg Olson is a fan of using multiple tight ends, so Lewis could have some value in 2015, though the Jaguars will have a tough decision to make with Lewis holding a cap hit of $8.2 million.