D.J. Chark

  • Height
    6' 3"
  • Weight
    199 lbs
  • Arm Length
    32 3/8" (67th)
D.J. Chark headshot
  • Draft Pick
    2.29 2018
  • College
  • Age

D.J. Chark Bio & Season Stats

Year Games Tgts Rec Rec Yds YPR Air Yds Rec TD Fantasy Pts/Game
2021 4 22 7 154 22.0 343 2 8.6
2020 13 93 53 706 13.3 1300 5 11.8 (#40)
2019 15 117 73 1008 13.8 1452 8 14.9 (#19)
2018 10 32 14 174 12.4 330 0 2.9 (#124)
  • College Dominator
    25.3% (37th)
  • College YPR
    21.9 (97th)
  • College Target Share
    22.6% (63rd)
  • Breakout Age
    20.0 (64th)

D.J. Chark Advanced Stats & Metrics

Value Over Stream


Value Over Stream: Valuation scheme calculates a player’s fantasy pts/game over the average waiver wire replacement in standard fantasy league formats during either the current season (or previous year during the offseason) and adjusts for positional bust rates. VOS rank in parenthesis spans all positions, enabling player comparisons across QB's, RB's, WR's, and TE's.


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D.J. Chark ADP

Average Draft Position (2022)
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13.05 Pick
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D.J. Chark News & Analysis

Recent News

D.J. Chark Doesn't Expect His Role To Change


Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver D.J. Chark doesn't expect his role to change going into next season under new offensive coordinator Jay Gruden. Chark became the team's No. 1 receiver under John DeFilippo in 2019, and he expects Gruden to do the same to utilize his playmaking abilities. The ...

D.J. Chark Reaches 1,000 Yards


Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver D.J. Chark ended his second NFL season with just over 1,000 receiving yards after Sunday's four-catch, 34-yard effort against the Indianapolis Colts. While it wasn't the ending that Chark owners wanted, the former LSU Tiger broke out after a disappointing rookie ...

D.J. Chark Active Against Falcons


Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver D.J. Chark (ankle) is active for Week 16 against the Falcons. Chark will return to No. 1 wideout duties after missing just one week. His presence will be a downgrade for both Dede Westbrook and Chris Conley, who took advantage of Chark's absence in Week 15 by ...

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D.J. Chark Injury History

Games Missed
Injury Reports
Shin injury
Week 16 (2020)
Ribs injury
Week 11 (2020)
Ankle sprain
Week 5 (2020)
Chest & back injuries
Week 2 (2020)
Ankle sprain
Week 14 (2019)
Preseason (2019)
Quadriceps strain
Week 12 (2018)
Quadriceps contusion
Week 11 (2018)
Ankle fracture
Week 4 (2021)

D.J. Chark College Stats

Year Games Recs Rec Yds Tgt Share Catch Rate Special Teams Age School
2015 1 (WR) 0 11 0.0% 0.0% 0 18 LSU
2016 11 (WR) 26 (43 tgts) 466 (17.9 ypr) 14.4% 60.5% 0 19 LSU
2017 13 (WR) 40 (68 tgts) 874 (21.9 ypr) 22.6% 58.8% 202 (2 tds) 20 LSU

Who is D.J. Chark

Despite the limited production, the NFL believed in DJ Chark’s potential and traits. The Jacksonville Jaguars made sure of it by selecting him in the second round with the 61st overall pick after strong performances at the Senior Bowl (Chark snagged five receptions for 160 yards and two touchdowns in the 2018 Senior Bowl to win co-MVP of the game) and Scouting Combine. Chark didn’t see the field much as a rookie; he saw 32 targets and racked up 174 yards in 2018. But, he took off in his second season. He put his 97th-percentile 40-yard dash (4.34) and speed score (115.3) to good use. In 15 games of the 2019 season, he put up 1,008 yards and eight touchdowns on 73 receptions while averaging 13.8 yards per reception and 8.54 yards per target. His target share was north of 20-percent, a healthy volume. He ended up as the WR19 in fantasy football that year. Chark didn’t sneak up on anybody the year after, though, where his numbers declined nearly across the board. His ADP in 2020 was that of the WR18, but his finish was that of the WR50.

DJ Chark entered a contract-year 2021 season with high hopes, especially after the Jaguars selected Trevor Lawrence as their franchise quarterback. However, his season got off on the wrong foot and only got worse. In training camp, Chark suffered a broken finger that knocked him out until the season-opener. He did manage to snag a couple of touchdowns and accumulate 343 air yards in Jacksonville's first three games of the season. But, in Week 4, Chark broke his ankle while blocking in a game against the Cincinnati Bengals. That ended his season and his contract as a Jaguar. Chark became a free agent, where he landed with the Detroit Lions on a one-year prove-it deal. Hopefully, he can use it to get his promising career back on track and resemble the breakout player from 2019.