Chark practiced in a limited capacity on Monday and Tuesday before failing to practice on Wednesday. Head coach Doug Marrone said he was being cautious with his young wideout.
The receiver has been a valuable weapon for Jacksonville, serving as a top option for quarterback Gardner Minshew. Chark leads the team with 109 receiving yards this season.
Keelan Cole is expected to serve as Minshew's top receiver for Thursday night's contest. Cole leads the team in receptions (11) and receiving touchdowns (2).
The Dolphins ruled out starting cornerback Byron Jones for Thursday night's game as well.