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It’s already been a tough week for Fantastic Receivers, as CeeDee Lamb (concussion), Amari Cooper (COVID) and Allen Robinson (hamstrings) were all inactive at Thanksgiving and Calvin Ridley (staff) and DeVante Parker (hamstrings) ) are unlikely to do so. come back despite being eligible. On top of that, Marquise Brown, Antonio Brown, AJ Brown, Sterling Shepard, and Corey Davis are no better than “questionable.” Knowing the latest injury updates from these pass catchers will be crucial ahead of the fantastic Week 12 decisions, throw them, sit down.

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Marquise Brown Injury Update

UPDATE: Brown participated in another limited workout on Thursday.

Brown (thigh) practiced on Wednesday after missing week 11. The early week session puts him on track to adjust Sunday night against the Browns.

As long as Brown is active, he is a must-have. The Ravens’ passing game went nowhere without him last week, although the absence of Lamar Jackson (illness) probably had a lot more to do with it. Jackson also returned to training on Wednesday, so all systems should be used for the Ravens in Week 12.

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Antonio Brown Injury Update

Brown (ankle) hasn’t played since Week 6, and although Bucs coach Bruce Arians said Brown “is making progress” earlier this week, veteran WR was unable to train on Wednesday. or Thursday.

It’s still possible for Brown to dress up on Sunday against the Colts, but he’ll need at least one limited session on Friday. Chances are it’s still a week away from playing, but we’ll have to wait for more updates. If Brown is playing, he’s a must-have, especially in a favorable clash like this.

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AJ Brown Injury Update

UPDATE: Brown missed practice again on Thursday.

Brown (chest) hasn’t trained on Wednesday, but that’s nothing new for him. The most important news is that he avoided “serious injury“So last week, at least according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, he thinks he has a good chance of playing against the Patriots.

It hasn’t been a particularly good year for Brown, who hasn’t managed to score 48 yards or score in any of the last three games, but we know he has elite potential every week. This week will be tough if he’s active, but Brown is worth at least a place in WR3.

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Sterling Shepard Injury Update

Shepard (quad) trained last week before he was finally sent off, so his “DNP” on Thursday isn’t particularly of concern. The veteran wide receiver is set to return, and there’s a good chance it will be this week against Philadelphia.

Shepard has averaged 11 targets in his three full games this year and was on track to reach such a high in Week 8 (seven targets) before suffering another injury. With Kadarius Toney (quad) also down, it’s hard to know what to expect from Shepard in the future, but he’s at least a WR3 in the PPR leagues when he’s on the pitch.

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Corey Davis Injury Update

Davis (groin) was demoted from “limited” on Wednesday to DNP on Thursday, which is a bad sign for his availability against the Texans.

With Elijah Moore seemingly as New York’s best receiver, Davis’s outlook isn’t very bright, even if he’s dressing up. He still has WR3 potential, but his recent spate of injuries probably brings him closer to falling than most owners.

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