Jeremy Kerley limited in practice, unlikely to play for Jets, fantasy owners

John Grieshop

New York Jets wide receiver Jeremy Kerley was limited in practice on Friday. We break down the fantasy implications.

New York Jets wide receiver Jeremy Kerley is dealing with an elbow injury and is questionable for Sunday's game against the Miami Dolphinsaccording to Rich Cimini of ESPN. Kerley was at practice on Friday, though he was a limited participant for the third consecutive day.

Kerley has missed the past two games with the injury, though he remains the Jets' top receiver. Kerley has caught 28 passes for 347 yards and two touchdowns. Needless to say, the Jets have struggled big time when it comes to the passing game this season. Rookie quarterback Geno Smith has been mediocre at best and terrible at worst.

The Jets are likely to be without Santonio Holmes on Sunday as well, making Stephen Hill the top receiver for the game.

Fantasy Impact: Kerley has surprised at times this season, but he obviously hasn't been a fantasy stud by any means. If you're a fantasy owner and your team is relying on Kerley's status, you might have some issues. As a very, very outside WR3 option in most cases, Kerley should be passed up this week and ride the bench. He's not likely to play.

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