Marlon Brown injury update: Fantasy value unaffected by injury

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Marlon Brown is listed as probable against the Bengals. We break down the fantasy implications.

Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Marlon Brown is listed as probable against the Cincinnati Bengals for Sunday's game. He didn't miss any practice with a finger injury and should be ready to go for the afternoon game.

He hasn't been as productive now that the Ravens have Jacoby Jones back. It doesn't help that the Ravens haven't been too hot all season, failing to score over 20 points in any of the last four games -- all losses.

Brown hasn't topped five catches in any of those games, but he did catch two scores last week against the Cleveland Browns. That might have something to do with Joe Haden locking up Torrey Smith and Brown's nine targets were his highest total all year.

Fantasy impact: The Ravens do have a decent matchup and the Bengals secondary hasn't been healthy all year. Brown is only lining up on the outside and his snaps are a bit down. Plus, Dennis Pitta could be back soon, so that might hurt his targets, as well. He's not really worth owning in standard leagues.

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