Keeping your fantasy football team up to date is crucial for success during the push for the playoffs. With wide receivers being some of the most impactful players on your fantasy football roster, we want to make sure you’re provided with the most up to date injury information so you can make the proper adjustments to your fantasy roster with our Week 12 WR fantasy injury report and updates. Players like Jacksonville’s DJ Chark and Atlanta’s Julio Jones could be forced to miss time with injuries, creating problematic situations for fantasy owners.
Who are the most notable wide receivers on the injury report/updates list for Week 12?
Some of the most notable wide receivers on the injury report for Week 12 include players like DJ Chark, John Brown, Julio Jones, and Deebo Samuel. Below is information regarding their Week 12 fantasy injury report and status, along with additional wide receivers around the league — those of which are sorted by conference.
DJ Chark is a surprise scratch for Week 12
After not practicing on Wednesday of this week and being held out with a rib injury, Jacksonville Jaguars’ pass-catcher DJ Chark will not play in their Week 12 matchup against the Cleveland Browns. With the Jaguars starting veteran quarterback Mike Glennon, DJ Chark’s presence will be missed on the field and in fantasy rosters, as he was Jacksonville’s true downfield receiving threat. The team will also be without wide receiver Chris Conley.
Julio Jones remains questionable for the Falcons in Week 12
Update Sunday, November 29: Julio Jones is inactive for the Atlanta Falcons Week 12 matchup with the Las Vegas Raiders
After being limited in practice through the week with a hamstring injury, Atlanta Falcons pass-catcher Julio Jones has shown up in our Week 12 fantasy injury report/updates and remains questionable for the Falcons’ game against the Las Vegas Raiders. With Jones remaining questionable, receivers Calvin Ridley, who’s returning from a foot injury, and Russell Gage, should be the main focus of the Atlanta offense.
Quarterback Matt Ryan has noticeably struggled without Jones in the lineup, so remain cautious when playing Falcons receivers in your lineup, even though the Raiders’ defense has been vulnerable against the pass this season.
On Sunday morning, Ian Rapoport reported that Jones is not expected to be on the field in Week 12. However, Adam Schefter reported Saturday night that Jones would be assessed Sunday morning before a decision was made. The availability of Julio Jones for your fantasy lineup in Week 12 is something to keep an eye on when gameday inactives are announced at 11:30 PM ET.
John Brown put on IR prior to Week 12
Buffalo’s receiving corps took a big hit when the speedy receiver John Brown went down with an ankle injury and after being ruled out for their Week 12 matchup against the Los Angeles Chargers, resulting in Brown being placed on injured reserve. The team is hoping that he only misses three games while healing. Look for Gabriel Davis as a potential waiver wire pickup in his absence.
Deebo Samuel will play in Week 12
After dealing with a hamstring injury, San Francisco 49ers’ wide receiver Deebo Samuel is expected to play against the Los Angeles Rams in Week 12. Samuel did not play in the 49ers’ loss to the Saints in Week 10, but with extra time due to the bye week, Samuel will be ready to go today.
With the offense missing several key contributors, including receivers Kendrick Bourne and Brandon Aiyuk, Samuel’s presence will be necessary against the Rams improving defense.
Fantasy WR Injury Report and Updates, Week 12: AFC Players
Jerry Jeudy, Denver Broncos (Ankle/Achilles)
According to Troy Renck of Denver 7 News, Jerry Jeudy remains questionable to play against the Saints, but there’s a strong possibility that the rookie will suit up. The Broncos will need all the help they can get.
Michael Thomas, Cincinnati Bengals (Hamstring)
Update Sunday, November 29: Michael Thomas is inactive for the Cincinnati Bengals Week 12 matchup with the New York Giants.
Zach Pascal, Indianapolis Colts (Knee/Foot)
Update Sunday, November 29: Zach Pascal is active for the Indianapolis Colts Week 12 matchup against the Tennessee Titans
Zach Pascal returned to practice this week in a limited role, but he will be questionable for their Week 12 matchup against the Tennessee Titans.
Chris Conley, Jacksonville Jaguars (Hip)
As previously mentioned, Chris Conley, along with DJ Chark, will be out for the Jaguars’ Week 12 game. Conley will sit out with a hip injury.
Jakeem Grant, Miami Dolphins (Hamstring)
Update Sunday, November 29: Jakeem Grant is active for the Miami Dolphins Week 12 matchup with the New York Jets.
Dolphins’ receiver Jakeem Grant is questionable for Week 12 with a hamstring injury.
N’Keal Harry, New England Patriots (Shoulder)
Update Sunday, November 29: N’Keal Harry is active for the New England Patriots Week 12 matchup with the Arizona Cardinals.
After being limited in practice all week with a shoulder injury, Patriots’ receiver N’Keal Harry is questionable to play in Week 12.
Adam Humphries, Tennessee Titans (Concussion)
Adam Humphries will not play in Week 12 against the Colts due to a concussion.
Fantasy WR Injury Report and Updates, Week 12: NFC Players
Equanimeous St. Brown, Green Bay Packers (Knee)
Equanimeous St. Brown is questionable for the Packers’ Week 12 game against Chicago due to a knee injury.
Marquez Valdes-Scantling, Green Bay Packers (Achilles)
The Packers are suffering more wide receiver woes as Marquez Valdes-Scantling was held out of practice on Friday due to an Achilles injury and remains questionable for the Week 12 game against Chicago.
David Moore, Seattle Seahawks (Hip)
David Moore was limited in practice this week with a hip injury and is listed as questionable for the Seahawks’ Week 12 game against the Eagles.
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