Emmanuel Sanders back at full practice, fantasy value remains low

Matt Sullivan

Emmanuel Sanders returned to a full practice after sitting out Wednesday. We break down the fantasy implications.

Pittsburgh Steelers WR Emmanuel Sanders (shoulder) returned to a full practice on Thursday. Sanders sat out Wednesday with a sore shoulder, but it was just a day of rest. He's fully expected to play the Dallas Cowboys in Week 15.

Sanders has 41 catches for 585 yards and one TD on the season.

Fantasy Impact: Sanders was targeted as a fantasy sleeper when Antonio Brown went down with a high ankle sprain and was even listed as a "co-starter" with Mike Wallace, but that never materialized. Now with Brown back and Wallace re-asserting himself as the No. 1 receiver, Sanders has gone back to his minor slot role.

Sanders isn't useful to fantasy owners at this point in the season, but with Wallace likely departing as a free agent, he's worth keeping an eye on in Keeper/Dynasty formats.

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