Jason Snelling Injury Update: Probable Status Shouldn't Affect Low Fantasy Value

ATLANTA, GA - DECEMBER 15: Jason Snelling #44 of the Atlanta Falcons runs the ball against C.J. Mosley #99 and Jeremy Mincey #94 of the Jacksonville Jaguars at the Georgia Dome on December 15, 2011 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)

Jason Snelling is probable for Week 1 against the Chiefs. We break down the fantasy implications.

Atlanta Falcons RB Jason Snelling (calf) is officially listed as probable for Week 1 against the Kansas City Chiefs. The third-string back missed nearly the entire training camp with a lower right leg injury. He returned to practice this week and was limited on Wednesday, but was a full participant Thursday and Friday.

Fantasy Impact: Snelling had some minor PPR value the past two years, and was looking to get more snaps as the Falcons ease up on Michael Turner's workload, but he's a distant third on the depth chart behind Turner and Jacquizz Rodgers. Either of those guys are much safer fantasy plays this week than Snelling.

For more on the Falcons, check out The Falcoholic and SB Nation Atlanta. For more fantasy info, check out the SB Nation Fantasy War Room 4-8pm ET Monday through Friday and 8am to 1pm on Sunday. Check out SB Nation's own Fantasy Football game, Pick 6!

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