Larry Fitzgerald is ACTIVE vs. 49ers

Christian Petersen

Larry Fitzgerald will suit up for the Cardinals against the 49ers in Week 6. We break down the fantasy implications.

The Arizona Cardinals released their Week 6 inactive report and wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald is active/inactive for their Week 6 divisional matchup with the 49ers. Fitzgerald is dealing with a hamstring injury. He was a limited participant in practice on Wednesday and Thursday, and then a full participant on Friday.

Sunday morning, Adam Schefter and Chris Mortensen both tweeted that there was pessimism surrounding Fitzgerald's status. However, it appears the comments were for naught, as Fitzgerald is playing.

Fantasy Impact: Fitzgerald will play, but you have to think he's going to be hampered by the hamstring issues. The 49ers cornerbacks like to get physical, so we'll see how well he gets down the field. If he's in your lineup, you likely don't have many other options. Michael Floyd and Andre Roberts likely have a bit more upside, but if Fitzgerald is playing, you likely want to keep him in your lineup.

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