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.
Dede Westbrook has big goals for his NFL debut
Pro Football Talk | Nov 18