Marques Colston injury update: fantasy value is fine vs. Patrick Peterson

Chris Graythen

Marques Colston is on the injury report again. We break down the fantasy implications

Marques Colston (foot) is listed as probable to face the Cardinals on Sunday. He didn't miss any practice and he'll be giving it a go.

Colston's foot has been a minor thing since training camp and it's something he'll have to deal with for most of the year. The good news is that it hasn't affected his snaps, but his nine catches for 131 yards and a TD is a little underwhelming.

Fantasy impact: The foot injury is not going to be a problem for Colston and he pretty much has to be in all lineups. Although, Patrick Peterson has done a nice job of stopping top options. He does line up in the slot some of the time, which is likely to be Tyrann Mathieu's territory. If you're a worrier, Kenny Still is kind of a handcuff for Colston, but he's not worth starting this week.

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