The Miami Dolphins are listing Jarvis Landry as questionable to play vs. the Cincinnati Bengals. However, there is little concern that Landry will suit up for this game, according to South Florida Sun-Sentinel reporter Omar Kelly.
Landry was listed as a non-participant in Monday's simulated practice, which did not actually take place. The NFL requires teams playing on Thursday nights to issue would-be injury reports on Mondays, and Landry got a DNP before being limited in the next two practices.
Last week vs. the Cleveland Browns, Landry caught seven passes for 120 yards and one score and played the entire game, so it looks like his shoulder issue is minor.
If he plays Thursday, Landry is primed for a big game against a Bengals secondary that has struggled this season. Cincinnati has allowed nine passing scores this season, the third-most of any team.
Fantasy Impact: Yahoo! has Landry ranked as the 16th-best wide receiver in Week 4. They also project Landry to catch around seven passes for 73 yards and one score. Start Landry in any league in which you own him.