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Rotowire: Jan 5 / 5:49p ET
News: Harbor appeared in 13 games this season, recording 26 catches for 289 yards and one touchdown.
Impact: Harbor missed the first three games of the season with a calf injury but returned in Week 4 and stepped in as the Jags' top tight end with Marcedes Lewis on short-season injured reserve. While he was quiet, for the most part, Harbor had a breakout performance in Week 6 against Tennessee, catching three passes for 91 yards and a score. Once Lewis returned, Harbor faded back into obscurity, failing to record a target from Blake Bortles over the final four weeks of the season. The 27-year-old Harbor remains under contract next season and will likely return as the backup to Lewis.
Rotowire: Nov 17 / 11:24a ET
News: Harbor will likely return to his role as the Jaguars' No. 2 tight end Sunday against the Colts.
Impact: With Marcedes Lewis (ankle) set to return from the injured reserve/designated to return list Sunday, Harbor will resume his role as the backup tight end. In six games this season, he's hauled in 25 passes on 32 targets for 272 yards and a touchdown. His biggest performance, to date, came against the Titans on Oct. 12, when he registered three catches for 91 yards and a score, including a 59-yard reception.
Rotowire: Nov 9 / 6:40p ET
News: Harbor caught three passes on four targets for 28 yards in Sunday's loss to the Cowboys.
Impact: Harbor, who started again in place of the injured Marcedes Lewis (ankle), has now seen at least four targets in all six of his games this season. The struggles of rookie quarterback Blake Bortles severely restrict his fantasy value, however, and he'll likely return to a reserve role upon Lewis' return. With the Jaguars on bye next week, that could come as soon as Week 12, as Lewis was a full participant in practices leading up to Sunday's game.