Steven Jackson Injury Update: S-Jax ready to go for fantasy owners

David Welker

Steven Jackson (foot) is listed as probable. Should you start him against Arizona?

Steven Jackson (foot) did not practice on Wednesday and was limited for Thursday and Friday. He is listed as probable and is expected to start against the Cardinals on Sunday.

S-Jax has 585 yards on the ground and 129 yards in the passing game with only two scores in the season.

Fantasy Impact: Jackson getting rest in practice is nothing new for a player of his caliber and the Rams are expected to hand it off to him quite a bit. The Rams gave him 29 carries two weeks ago and he had 13 carries last week despite a big loss and the injury.

He is back to being featured for the Rams and has restored some of his fantasy value. The Cardinals have a solid defense, so Jackson won't be more than a low-end RB2 this week.

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