ESPN Fantasy Projection: Chark is back for his fourth season after what has thus far been an up-and-down NFL career. After barely playing as a second-round rookie in 2018, Chark broke out with a 73-1,008-8 receiving line and 17th-place fantasy finish in 2019. Injuries (three missed games) and weak QB play (Chark's 27% off-target rate was third most among WRs) struck in 2020, limiting Chark to three top-30 fantasy weeks. Chark is still only 24 years old and a candidate for a rebound season with a new coaching staff led by Urban Meyer and a new QB (Trevor Lawrence) in house. The speedy, 6-foot-3 perimeter receiver will need to fend off Laviska Shenault Jr. and Marvin Jones Jr. for No. 1 duties, but it's safe to value him as a fringe WR3.