The carnage continues at the WR position, with Adam Thielen, T.Y. Hilton, Will Fuller, Brandin Cooks, and Alshon Jeffery already ruled out for Week 11. That makes the "questionable" statuses of Emmanuel Sanders and Marquise Brown all the more important, as many fantasy football owners are likely counting on them. The same goes for TE Gerald Everett with George Kittle "doubtful". We have the latest injury updates for these pass-catchers ahead of your start 'em, sit 'em decisions.
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Is Emmanuel Sanders playing Week 11?
UPDATE 2: Sanders is officially ACTIVE.
UPDATE: Sanders is expected to be active today against Arizona, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.
Despite missing practice all week, Sanders (ribs) said he's "going to try" to play Sunday against the Cardinals.
That likely means a decision will be made after warm-ups. Either way, fantasy owners shouldn't rely on Sanders. Not only does he have a late kickoff, but he also could make an early exit if he can't tolerate the pain. If he's out, Deebo Samuel would go from a boom-or-bust FLEX to legit WR3, and Kendrick Bourne would also be in play as a FLEX.
Marquise Brown injury update
UPDATE 2: Brown is officially ACTIVE.
UPDATE: Brown is expected to play against the Texans today, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.
Brown (ankle) got in limited practices on Wednesday and Friday and is "questionable" for Sunday's game against the Texans.
Brown seems likely to play after suiting up last week and not suffering any reported setbacks. He makes for an excellent WR2 in a favorable matchup against Houston.
Is Gerald Everett playing Sunday night?
UPDATE: Everett is officially ACTIVE.
Everett (wrist) practiced in a limited fashion all week, and Rams coach Sean McVay said he expects Everett to suit up Sunday night against the Bears.
Chicago hasn't been great against tight ends this year, making Everett a solid play. If he is a surprise scratch, Rams backup Tyler Higbee would be a decent fill-in.