The Facts: A league insider this week talked about Lee in a way that forced me to re-consider his re-signing with the Jaguars. The main point: He played 30 of 32 games the last two years and had 119 catches. Lee may be an ascending player.
Diehards Line:According to Times-Union staffer Ryan O'Halloran, the eye test on Lee is he is a supporting player who does most of his work on underneath routes. The Times-Union’s game charting in 2017 confirmed that theory. O'Halloran charted Lee with 315 yards after the catch. The Jaguars have until March 6 to use their franchise tag on Allen Robinson. If they don’t and Robinson departs — which would still shock O'Halloran — maybe they move fast to re-up Lee. But in that scenario, adding a player that can stretch the field vertically becomes a priority.