The 6-3 Jaguars will try to stretch their winning streak to four games with a fourth-round pick who has huge goals for his NFL debut.

Receiver Dede Westbrook has been added to the active roster after missing all of the regular season, to date, with a core muscle injury. And he plans to do big things for Jacksonville.

“Expectations are high, I always set the standard high,” Westbrook told Sports Radio 990 in Jacksonville, via the Cleveland Plain Dealer. “For me — and this has nothing to do with the Browns at all — but my expectation is a 200-yard receiving game. However I got to get that, of course that’s going to come with me and Blake [Bortles] being on the same page most of the game but at the end of the day that’s the expectation that I have for myself this weekend.”

The Jaguars also activated safety Calvin Pryor from injured reserve, making Westbrook and Pryor their two recipients of the annual designation for return.