Riley Cooper Injury Update: Ruled Out Sunday, Zero Fantasy Value

SEATTLE - DECEMBER 01: Wide receiver Riley Cooper #14 of the Philadelphia Eagles misses this pass against Brandon Browner #39 of the Seattle Seahawks at CenturyLink Field on December 1, 2011 in Seattle, Washington. (Photo by Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images)

Riley Cooper has been ruled out for Week 2. We break down the fantasy implications.

Philadelphia Eagles WR Riley Cooper (collarbone) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Baltimore Ravens. Cooper missed the entire preseason and Week 1 after breaking his collarbone in late July. His practice time was sporadic this week, being limited on Wednesday and Friday while sitting out Thursday.

Fantasy Impact: Cooper is a fantasy non-factor for now, but with Jeremy Maclin and DeSean Jackson nursing injuries of their own, he's worth keeping an eye on. Once he's cleared to play, he'll likely compete with Jason Avant for the No. 3 WR position, but we're putting the cart ahead of the horse here. For now, keep him on the waiver wire where he belongs.

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