In Fantasy Football finding injury updates can prove to be crucial. To help you set your final fantasy football lineup, here is my week 5 fantasy football injury report:
Guys Who Will Play:
RB Matt Forte, Chicago Bears – Forte was limited in practice this week with a nagging ankle injury, but he will get the start again.
RB Reggie Bush, Miami Dolphins – Bush was a full participate in practice on Friday and looks like he is finally 100%.
RB Brandon Bolden, New England Patriots – Bolden suffered a knee injury in his career game last weekend, but will be in the lineup today.
RB Brandon Jacobs, San Francisco 49ers – Jacobs will finally be able to suit up following a lingering knee injury.
WR Julio Jones, Atlanta Falcons – Jones will play again despite his painful hand laceration.
WR Pierre Garcon, Washington Redskins – Garcon will finally play after missing weeks with a turf toe injury.
TE Coby Fleener, Indianapolis Colts – Fleener was full a participant in practice Thursday with a head injury, so he is good to go today.
IDP: Mario Williams, Buffalo Bills – “Super Mario” will play despite his wrist injury, regardless to what the Bills front office says.
Guys Who Won’t Play:
QB Jake Locker, Tennessee Titans – Locker will miss the another game, as he is still recovering from a separated non-throwing shoulder.
RB Jonathan Dwyer, Pittsburgh Steelers – Dwyer is listed as inactive in today’s game, as the team just does not have enough room on their roster.
WR Mohamed Massaquoi, Cleveland Browns – Massaquoi will miss the game with a hamstring injury.
WR Kenny Britt, Tennessee Titans – Britt will miss another game due to his ankle injury.
WR Greg Jennings, Green Bay Packers – Jennings has already been ruled out for the game with his groin injury.
WR Ramses Barden, New York Giants – Barden will not be playing against the Cleveland Browns, as he sits out with a concussion.
WR Lance Moore, New Orleans Saints – Moore will sit out this weekend with a hamstring injury.
TE Aaron Hernandez, New England Patriots – Hernandez practiced twice this week, but will still sit out with his ankle injury.