Jimmy Graham injury update: Fantasy value probable despite wrist issue

Ronald Martinez

Jimmy Graham is probable for Sunday's game between the Saints and the Panthers despite a wrist injury. We break down the fantasy implications.

Jimmy Graham is expected to suit up for the New Orleans Saints' regular season finale against the Carolina Panthers. Graham has been dealing with a wrist injury throughout the season, but he was not limited in practice this past week and is expected to play a full complement of snaps against the Panthers.

Graham has been productive in recent weeks, though not quite up to his usual high standards. He has not scored a touchdown since Week 11 against the Oakland Raiders. He has been targeted 42 times in the five-game span since, however.

Fantasy Impact: Graham hasn't lived up to the high draft pick many fantasy owners spent on him before the season, but he is still a must-start in just about every fantasy format. The Saints have been eliminated from the NFL Playoffs, so there is no reason for the team to rest their starters.

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