Julio Jones, Chase Edmonds and Calvin Ridley have been out for at least four weeks on the RI or reserve / NFI roster and all are eligible to return in Week 14. Fantasy football playoffs begin in Week 15 for the majority of the leagues, so the return of any of these key players could be the perfect time for a boost at the end of the season. We have the latest updates below so you can prepare your lineups in this final week of the fantasy regular season.

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WEEK 14: Top Waiver Collections

Julio Jones injury update

UPGRADE: The Titans designated Jones to return from the IR so he could play the Jaguars, but we won’t know until later in the week.

There’s not a lot of new info on Jones (hamstring), but he’s been on IR for three games plus a bye week, so hopefully a month off gave him time to recover for his fantasy team. With AJ Brown (chest) on IR until at least Week 16, Jones would likely be the No. 1 WR in an offense that desperately needs him heading into a Week 14 showdown with the Jaguars.

The Jags ranked as the 11th worst defense against fantasy WRs before giving up touchdowns to Cooper Kupp, Odell Beckham Jr. and Van Jefferson, so while Jones could be a risky play here, the advantage is clearly there if he’s healthy. . It ranks as our WR19 in standard and WR20 in the PPR leagues. Golden Tate could make his Titans debut here, but we have no idea what his use will be. If you have space on your list, you can choose him as a pilot.

Field marshal | Running backwards | Wide receiver | Tight end | D / ST | Kicker

Chase Edmonds injury update

Last week, Kliff Kingsbury hinted that Edmonds (ankle) would return in Week 14 against the Rams. He hasn’t played since the beginning of Week 9, but after three lost games and a bye week, it is believed that he will be ready to resume his catcher / change of pace role in Arizona’s offensive dynamic.

Edmonds was playing at an RB2 / flex level prior to his injury, and while James Conner has picked up his game to make up for Conner’s absence, they will likely fall back to their usual division. That meant about 13 touches and 80 total yards per game for Edmonds. He scored only once, but more TDs are always possible. Either way, Edmonds should start almost every week, especially in the PPR leagues.

Field marshal | Running backwards | Wide receiver | Tight end | D / ST | Kicker

Calvin Ridley injury update

There are no updates on Ridley’s status as he remains on the reserve / NFI list, but we’re early in the week so we’ll keep an eye on Ridley’s news later. We probably won’t hear anything until later on Monday or Tuesday, so keep your eyes and ears peeled. Ultimately, there is a chance that he won’t play again this year, so of course, hold out hope for his return, but don’t count on it and make sure you rack up as much receiver depth as you can.

Russell Gage is operating as Matt Ryan’s No. 1 WR, and even in a disheartening showdown with Carolina, he should be considered on the flex due to his high target volume in recent weeks.