Fantasy Football Injuries, Week 17

Trent Richardson out for Sunday's game

Richardson won't play in the regular season finale, but his long term fantasy outlook is still golden.

Brandon Myers emerges as solid fantasy TE

Oakland Raiders TE Brandon Myers has been solid in 2012. We breakdown the fantasy implications.

Calvin Johnson probable for Sunday's game

Johnson got some rest in practice this week but is ready to play in the season finale.

Arian Foster is ready to go vs. the Colts

Owners shouldn't be worried about his irregular heartbeat.

DeMarco Murray probable for Sunday's game

Murray will continue to play through the foot injury that has bugged him.

Ronnie Brown officially listed as questionable

San Diego Chargers RB Ronnie Brown will split time on Sunday. We breakdown the fantasy implications.

Brandon Pettigrew doubtful for Sunday's game

Pettigrew is likely to miss his third straight game on Sunday.

Felix Jones probable for Sunday's game

Jones is probable on the injury report but uninvolved in the Cowboys' offense

Jeremy Maclin is probable for Week 17

Philadelphia Eagles WR Jeremy Maclin is probable for Week 17. We breakdown the fantasy implications.

Dez Bryant probable for Sunday's game

Bryant's finger injury hasn't been able to slow him down.

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