Harry Douglas injury update: Probable but limited fantasy upside

Larry French

Harry Douglas is probable for Week 9 against the Cowboys. We break down the fantasy implications.

Atlanta Falcons WR Harry Douglas (knee, ankle) is officially listed as probable for Sunday Night Football against the Dallas Cowboys. Douglas sat out last week against the Eagles after getting banged up in Week 6. He got limited practice this week and is expected to suit up.

Douglas has 16 catches for 149 yards and zero TDs on the season.

Fantasy Impact: The Falcons will be happy to have their depth back, but Douglas hasn't been much of a factor. Although technically the No. 3 WR, he's a distant 4th behind Roddy White, Julio Jones and Tony Gonzalez in the pecking order.

Barring injuries to any of those guys, Douglas is an afterthought in fantasy.

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