Jarius Wright Injury Update: Still Worthless In Fantasy

August 30, 2012; Houston, TX, USA; Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Jarius Wright (17) makes a reception during the fourth quarter against the Houston Texans at Reliant Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Troy Taormina-US PRESSWIRE

Jarius Wright is questionable. We break down the fantasy implications.

Jarius Wright (ankle) returned to practice on Wednesday and put in a full week's worth. He is questionable for the game against the Colts.

Analysis: It was Wright's first time back at practice since he hurt his ankle during the preseason finale, so this is good news for the Vikings and their thin WR corps. However, the rookie has a lot of work to do and he's probably not one of the five best receivers on Minnesota. We'd expect him to be inactive for this game. Meanwhile, Percy Harvin could have a field day on Sunday and arguably the best player to start in PPR formats.

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