Josh Gordon Injury Update: Fantasy Value Could Rise On Sunday

August 24, 2012; Cleveland, OH USA: Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon (86) goes up for a catch as Philadelphia Eagles defensive back Nnamdi Asomugha (24) defends during a preseason game at Cleveland Browns Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Eric P. Mull-USPRESSWIRE

Josh Gordon is probable. We break down the fantasy implications.

Josh Gordon (knee) put in a full week of practice this week and is probable to play against the Bengals.

Analysis: We mentioned Gordon as a possible pickup in deep leagues with how Greg Little looked terrible on Sunday with a case of the drops. Gordon also played just seven snaps less than Little and a changing of the guard could be coming. Gordon can stretch the field as the X and he might be an option down the field if the Browns can develop some sort of running game. We wouldn't suggest starting the rookie at all, but he's someone owners in deeper leagues might want to stash for their bye-week woes.

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