Should play despite late injury
McLaurin (hamstring) should be able to play this Sunday, despite being added to the injury report Friday and listed as questionable for a matchup with Kansas City, James Palmer of NFL Network reports.
Speaking after Friday's practice, coach Ron Rivera said it was an "abundance of caution" that led to McLaurin being held out of the session and added to the injury report. It actually was a hamstring injury that caused McLaurin's absence, but perhaps just a minor one given Rivera's attempt to downplay it. Still, the timing and missed practice create concern, and fantasy managers should be prepared for multiple scenarios even if McLaurin appears better than 50/50 to suit up ahead of the 1 p.m. ET kickoff Sunday.
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