Brandon Marshall ready for the Cards, fantasy value steady

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Chicago Bears WR Brandon Marshall is probable for Week 16. We breakdown the fantasy implications.

Chicago Bears wide out Brandon Marshall got back into the swing of things in Friday's practice after being limited during the week. The Bears receiver landed on the team's injury report with a hamstring tweak.

Marshall was listed as probable for Week 16 and is expected to start as usual. He will be ready to go for Sunday's game versus the Arizona Cardinals.

Fantasy Analysis: Since Brandon Marshall will be good to go this weekend, he should remain in your lineup. Even though he was limited in practice and the Bears have had their struggles offensively, Marshall remains the top, and perhaps lone receiving target for the team.

He should have a very favorable match-up this weekend against a terrible Cardinals teams. Consider Marshall to be a solid WR2.

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