Mohamed Sanu has fractured foot, no fantasy value this week

Andy Lyons

Mohamed Sanu injured his foot in Thursday's practice and is not likely to play this week. We break down the fantasy implications.

UPDATE: JOE REEDY REPORTS THAT MOHAMED SANU HAS A STRESS FRACTURE IN HIS FOOT AND WILL HAVE SURGERY ON MONDAY. DEFINITELY PULL HIM FROM YOUR FANTASY LINEUPS

Cincinnati Bengals WR Mohamed Sanu (foot) was not spotted in the locker room and will likely not practice Friday, according to beat writer Geoff Hobson. Sanu injured his foot in Thursday's practice session and was limited for the rest of the day.

A midweek downgrade does not bode well for his Week 13 status against the San Diego Chargers.

Fantasy Impact: The rookie has been on fire recently, catching four touchdowns in the past three games and establishing himself as the No. 2 WR behind A.J. Green. This news should be disappointing to fantasy owners who grabbed him off the wire.

We'll keep updating his status as more information becomes available, but it's not looking good so far.

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