Fantasy Football Injury updates: DJ Chark, Christian Kirk, Curtis Samuel, more among the main active / inactive of Week 16


It seems that fantasy football owners have been losing open receivers at a rapid pace at the end of the year, but it seems they will recover DJ Chark just in time for fantasy championship games. Several other key WRs, including Christian Kirk, Curtis Samuel, Robby Anderson and Nelson Agholor, are also "questionable," as is TE Noah Fant. We will have the latest injury updates on them below throughout the day as you prepare for your Week 16 start decisions.

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Does DJ Chark play week 16?

Chark (ankle) had limited practices throughout the week and is listed as "questionable,quot; for Sunday's game against the Falcons. However, Jaguars coach Doug Marrone has already said he expects chark to play.

There is always a concern that Chark leaves early after aggravating his injury, but while active, he should start with a favorable confrontation. Chris Conley and Dede Westbrook are still at stake as a booming or falling WR3, but Chark is probably the only Jaguar receiver he can feel good at starting.

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Christian Kirk injury update

Kirk (ankle) practiced on a limited basis on Thursdays and Fridays and will be a game time decision for Sunday afternoon's game against the Seahawks.

The second-year catcher has played in each of the last three games, and with Seattle's defense beset by injuries, Kirk would be in a good place if he can get dressed. If outside, Larry Fitzgerald and Damiere Byrd would see more goals, which would give both a potential value of PPR. If you decide to wait for Kirk, make sure you have a backup ready for the late afternoon / primetime games.

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News from Curtis Samuel's injuries

Samuel (knee) practice lost on Friday and is officially "questionable,quot; for Sunday's game against Indianapolis.

Given the missed session, Samuel is likely to be more on the "doubtful,quot; side of questionable. Even if he plays, he won't be 100 percent and would be a below-average option with Will Grier making his first start of the race. If Samuel is out, Jarius Wright would receive more goals, but D.J. Moore and Greg Olsen are the only panther catchers worth playing.

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Does Nelson Agholor play week 16?

Agholor (knee) did not practice all this week and is unlikely to play against the Cowboys despite his "questionable"label.

Greg Ward will probably lead the Philadelphia open receivers in goals, with Zach Ertz and Dallas Goedert also seeing value bumps.

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Robby Anderson injury update

Anderson (disease) is officially "questionable"for Sunday's game against the Steelers.

It is believed that Anderson will play, but given the hard confrontation and uncertainty surrounding his health, it is better to leave it in fantasy banks.

Noah Fant plays week 16?

Fant (shoulder) had limited practices throughout the week, just like the week before when he played, and officially "questionable"for Sunday afternoon's game against Detroit.

Rookie TE has shown that he can make great plays and help fantasy owners, but it is more suitable for DFS tournaments than the fantasy championship lineups of the entire season.