Larry Fitzgerald injury update: Questionable status gives him some risk in fantasy

Jeff Gross

Larry Fitzgerald is questionable for Sunday's game against the Saints. We break down the fantasy implications.

Larry Fitzgerald (hamstring) is questionable to face the Saints on Sunday. He missed practice on Wednesday and Thursday, then was just limited on Friday.

He said he expects to play in what could be a high-scoring shootout. Fitz was questionable last week after being limited in practice all week, so sitting out for two days means the Cards are either being extra caution or his hammy got worse.

Fitzgerald was a little quiet with just two catches for 33 yards against the Rams in Week 2.

Fantasy impact: Unlike last week, the good news is that Fitz is going to play in an early game, so fantasy owners won't be in a tight spot and can play their best guys. Obviously, the question is deciding on if a less-that-100-percent Fitzgerald is that guy.The Saints gave up more yards than anyone last year and the matchup is just too good. Still, Michael Floyd and Andre Roberts could see more targets and can be viewed as low-end WR2s.

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