Brian Hartline injury update: Probable and should start in all fantasy leagues

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Brian Hartline is probable for Week 6 against the Rams. We break down the fantasy implications.

Miami Dolphins WR Brian Hartline (quadriceps) is officially listed as probable for Sunday's game against the St. Louis Rams. Hartline got a full week of practice in and there is no chance of him missing the game this week.

Hartline is enjoying a breakout season, with 29 catches for 514 yards and one TD.

Fantasy Impact: The Dolphins' receiving corps was a punchline heading into the season, but Hartline has mostly silenced the doubters, giving rookie Ryan Tannehill a valuable weapon during his development. There's no way Hartline will sustain his monster numbers (buoyed by an amazing 253 receiving yards in Week 4), but he remains one of the few viable fantasy options in Miami's offense.

Consider Hartline a WR3 fantasy play this week, with decent upside against the Rams' poor defense.

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