Sunday Injury Analysis on Active Players
Jones was limited at practice all week with a lower back injury that he suffered in week 3. If anyone can play well through injuries it's Jones, but back injuries are tricky. This one could force him in and out of the game a few times today and it will linger throughout the next few weeks.
Fuller is active today for the first time since his preseason collarbone fracture. It was a quick recovery, but he has improved from High Risk to Elevated Risk already. Give him a few weeks to shake off the rust.
Walker missed a day of practice as he deals with a mild hamstring strain, and he is still a High Injury Risk. Walker is a hard guy to remove from fantasy lineups today, but be aware that he is fighting through an injury that could affect his play.
Bryant hasn't been feeling well this week, but as expected he is active for week 4. He is a Low Injury Risk and is a great high risk/high reward play against the Ravens.
Heading into week 3 Benjamin was nursing knee and chest injuries, then he was involved in a scary looking play where his left knee got caught under him when tackled. He escaped without any ligament damage, but because this is the same leg that he tore his ACL in back in 2015, a week or two off would be the best decision for his long-term health. He is a High Injury Risk, so keep an eye on his acceleration and cutting ability today. If there's any sign that his knee is bothering him he needs to be pulled right away.
Watkins was diagnosed with a concussion 10 days ago after hitting his head in the Rams' TNF game. He has cleared concussion protocol and is active for week 4. Another big blow to the head could have serious consequences, so he remains a High Injury Risk.
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