Harry Douglas Injury Update: Fantasy handcuff receiver is out

Larry French

Harry Douglas will not play. Should you continue to stash him in really deep leagues?

Harry Douglas (knee and ankle) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Eagles. He could miss more time as well.

Douglas has held down the No. 3 job for the Falcons wide-receiving corps. He has 16 catches for 149 yards and no TDs on the season.

Fantasy Impact: Douglas is actually a sneaky player to stash in fantasy leagues that are extremely deep with bench spots. Should something ever happen to Roddy White and Julio Jones, Douglas could emerge as a WR3 play in even 10-team leagues.

However, it's really tough to stash a guy that's hurt in two troublesome areas: knee and ankle. Fantasy owners in really deep leagues could probably do better trying to roll the dice on a receiver from Miami or Cleveland. You're obviously starting Roddy, Julio and Tony.

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