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Receiving Touchdowns
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Jan 7, 2024 1 11 11 0 1
Dec 31, 2023 1 2 2 0
Dec 24, 2023 2 19 13 0 1
Dec 17, 2023 4 12 6 0 1
Dec 10, 2023 2 27 19 1 6
Player Outlook
If you don't look closely enough, you might mistake Washington's game film at Penn State for Jahan Dotson and several receivers before him who came through that program and found success in the slot. Washington is not anywhere near the athlete Dotson is, but he has a knack for beating zone coverage and is a nuanced route-runner. This could give him some upside long-term in PPR leagues if he can work his way up a crowded Jaguars depth chart. In rookie-only formats, Washington can be selected in Round 4.

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Fantasy Points per Game
2023 16 132 8.25 2 0.00 212.3
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  • Jaguars' Parker Washington: Quiet close to season

    Washington caught his lone target for 11 yards Week 18 against the Titans and finished the season with 16 catches for 132 yards and two touchdowns in nine games. Washington saw action in just one of Jacksonville's first nine games but was more involved during the second half of the campaign. The rookie sixth-round pick caught six passes for 61 yards and a touchdown against Cincinnati in Week 12 but otherwise wasn't noticeably involved in the passing game. Jacksonville's receiving corps could look different in 2024 with Calvin Ridley set to become a free agent, though Christian Kirk (groin) and Zay Jones remain under contract.
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  • Jaguars' Parker Washington: One catch Week 17

    Washington caught his lone target for two yards and returned two punts for 17 yards during Sunday's 26-0 win over the Panthers. The rookie sixth-round pick's 40 percent snap share was his lowest since Week 12 despite the absence of Zay Jones (hamstring). Washington appeared primed for a breakout after he caught six passes for 61 yards and a touchdown Week 13 against Cincinnati, but he has just nine receptions for 60 yards and one score across the past four games.
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  • Jaguars' Parker Washington: Quiet in blowout

    Washington caught two of four targets for 19 yards during Sunday's 30-12 loss to the Buccaneers. Washington was unable to get in a groove with either Trevor Lawrence (shoulder) or backup C.J. Beathard, finishing below 20 receiving yards for the second straight game. Tim Jones and Elijah Cooks were similarly involved Sunday, but Calvin Ridley and Evan Engram are likely to remain the only notable producers in Jacksonville's passing game due to Christian Kirk (groin) being on injured reserve.
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  • Jaguars' Parker Washington: Just 12 yards in loss

    Washington caught four of six targets for 12 yards during Sunday's 23-7 loss to Baltimore. The rookie sixth-round pick tied for third on the team in targets but didn't have any production of substance with a long reception of six yards. Washington played 45 percent of Jacksonville's offensive snaps and worked as the No. 3 wideout, and an increased role could be in store depending on the severity of Zay Jones' hamstring injury.
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  • Jaguars' Parker Washington: Catches another touchdown

    Washington caught two of three targets for 27 yards and a touchdown during Sunday's 31-27 loss to Cleveland. The 21-year-old secured the second touchdown of his career with a 19-yard reception in the fourth quarter, but he otherwise wasn't significantly involved in the passing game on a day when Trevor Lawrence attempted 50 passes. Washington played 47 of 76 offensive snaps as Jacksonville's No. 3 wideout and should remain in that role going forward with Christian Kirk (groin) on injured reserve.
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  • Jaguars' Parker Washington: Sleeper WRs

    Christian Kirk (groin) was placed on injured reserve Friday, which means Washington should be the slot receiver for the Jaguars for the next four games, starting in Week 14 at Cleveland. When Kirk was injured in Week 13 against Cincinnati, Washington stepped up with six catches for 61 yards and a touchdown on six targets. We'll see if Trevor Lawrence (ankle) can play against the Browns in Week 14, but Washington is a good deep-league flier even if C.J. Beathard starts for Jacksonville. And Washington could be a decent sleeper to add for the rest of the year.
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  • Jaguars' Parker Washington: Busts out after Kirk injury

    Washington caught all six of his targets for 61 yards and a touchdown during Monday's 34-31 loss to the Bengals. He also returned two kickoffs for 51 yards and one punt for no yards. Christian Kirk exited with a groin injury on Jacksonville's first drive, and Washington took advantage of the opportunity. The rookie sixth-round pick didn't have a catch and had played just 12 offensive snaps in his three prior appearances this season, but he played 59 percent of the offensive snaps Monday and was second on the team in receptions. The specifics of Kirk's injury aren't yet known, but if he misses more time Washington will likely serve as the Jags' No. 3 wide receiver behind Calvin Ridley and Zay Jones. Trevor Lawrence also suffered a high-ankle sprain versus Cincinnati, and that injury looms large for the outlook of Jacksonville's offense as a whole.
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  • Jaguars' Parker Washington: Getting closer to return

    Washington (knee) was designated to return from injured reserve Wednesday. Washington will now have a 21-day window to practice with the team before he needs to be moved to the 53-man roster. If he can prove himself ready to play, he can suit up as soon as Sunday against the Titans. With Jamal Agnew (shoulder) and Zay Jones (knee) statuses in question for Week 11, Washington could have a role in the offense and at least regain return duties on special teams if he is active for the matchup.
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  • Jaguars' Parker Washington: Out for Week 5

    Washington (knee) is ruled out for Sunday's game against the Bills. Washington was a healthy scratch for Jacksonville's first three games of the season, and he injured his right knee in his NFL debut Week 4. The rookie's next chance to play will come Week 6 versus the Colts, though he could be a healthy inactive again if Jamal Agnew (quadriceps) is back on the field at that time.
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  • Jaguars' Parker Washington: Iffy to return due to knee injury

    Washington suffered a right knee injury in Sunday's game against the Falcons and is questionable to return, Michael DiRocco of ESPN.com reports. Washington, a rookie sixth-round pick out of Penn State, was active Sunday for the first time in his NFL career because the Jaguars are without two receivers in Zay Jones (knee) and Jamal Agnew (quad). The 21-year-old didn't draw a target and returned one punt for five yards before exiting with the injury. Christian Kirk is expected to handle punt-return duties if Washington is unable to check back into the contest.
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  • Jaguars' Parker Washington: Won't play Sunday

    Washington (coach's decision) is inactive Sunday against the Colts. Parker was recently the subject of trade rumors with the depth Jacksonville has at receiver after getting selected in the sixth round of the 2023 Draft. Although he remains on the team, he'll be sidelined for Week 1. His next chance to suit up will be Week 2 against the Chiefs.
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  • Jaguars' Parker Washington: Drafted by Jags

    The Jaguars selected Washington in the sixth round of the NFL Draft, 185th overall. Washington had a very productive three-year career at Penn State, which began his freshman season when he recorded 36 receptions for 489 yards and six touchdowns. He battled injuries in his junior year, which could have played a role in his slide down the board. Washington also isn't overly athletic, but he lands in an interesting spot and could immediately serve as Jacksonville's fourth or fifth wide receiver.
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