Jeremy Kerley injury update: Not a recommend fantasy start vs. Seahawks

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Jeremy Kerley is probable for Week 10 against the Seahawks. We break down the fantasy implications.

New York Jets WR Jeremy Kerley (heel) is officially listed as probable for Sunday's game against the Seattle Seahawks. Kerley got in a full week of practice and is in no danger of missing the game.

Kerley has 30 catches for 478 yards and two TDs on the season. He also added 141 yards and a TD on punt returns.

Fantasy Impact: With Santonio Holmes done for the season, Kerley is now the team's No. 1 WR. The 5'9", 188 lb. speedster is a serious YAC threat in the open field.

However, his small size could work against him this week, going up against Seattle's tall, aggressive and physical corners. They could make life miserable for Kerley on Sunday, and this matchup makes him an iffy fantasy play. Start him at your own risk.

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