Riley Cooper Injury Update: Collarbone And Skills Keep Him Off Fantasy Radar

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 is out. We break down the fantasy implications.

Riley Cooper (collarbone) was limited all week and has been ruled out for the Eagles on Sunday.

Analysis: Cooper was never really expected to play and it's bad timing for him since he might have been useful with Jeremy Maclin out for Sunday. The Eagles also have DeSean Jackson (hamstring) and Jason Avant (wrist) listed as probable, so Cooper may have seen some snaps on Sunday. Although, his case of the drops and poor route running don't exactly scream sleeper. He'll need to get healthy, see other Eagles WRs go down, or maybe have Tim Tebow join the Eagles to have fantasy value.

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