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Complete list of players in question for Sunday fantasy football in Week 2

Here are the injury situations you’ll need to keep an eye on for Sunday’s games.

San Francisco 49ers tight end George Kittle runs after a reception against the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl LIV at Hard Rock Stadium.  Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports

The NFL’s Week 2 injury report is a little longer than it was last week. Fortunately, there aren’t too many names on the list of players sitting out this week who are mainstays in fantasy lineups.

Receivers comprise the largest group of injured players. Tampa Bay ruled out Chris Godwin on Saturday; he’s still in the league’s concussion protocol. Courtland Sutton of the Broncos is going to be a game-time decision. The Titans will be without their top receiver, A.J. Brown, as well as the Jets with Jamison Crowder in street clothes this week.

The most notable name among the running backs is Phillip Lindsay. He’s out with a foot injury, so the Broncos will be leaning on Melvin Gordon. 49ers tight end George Kittle is out of action this week too.


Out: Joe Flacco (neck)

Running backs

Questionable: Justice Hill (thigh), Duke Johnson (ankle), La’Mical Perine (ankle)

Doubtful: Justin Jackson (quadricep)

Out: Darrynton Evans (hamstring), Phillip Lindsay (foot)

Wide receivers

Questionable: Tyrie Cleveland (hip), Brandin Cooks (quadricep), Phillip Dorsett (foot), Julian Edelman (knee), N’Keal Harry (shoulder), DeVante Parker (hamstring), Zach Pascal (ankle), Michael Pittman (toe), Matt Slater (knee), Equanimeous St. Brown (knee), Courtland Sutton (shoulder), Golden Tate (hamstring)

Out: A.J. Brown (knee), Jamison Crowder (hamstring), Chris Godwin (concussion), Kenny Golladay (hamstring), Alshon Jeffery (foot), Chris Moore (finger)

Tight ends

Questionable: Josiah Deguara (shin, ankle), Gerald Everett (back)

Out: Antony Auclair (calf), Hunter Bryant (hamstring), Tyler Davis (knee), Jack Doyle (ankle, knee), George Kittle (knee), Maxx Williams (ankle)