Titans tight end Delanie Walker sustained injuries to his hand and wrist last week against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and as a result he could miss this week’s game against the Cleveland Browns. Walker has missed practice most of the week, though he was a participant in practice on Friday.

Walker was quoted as saying he “feel(s) good about it”, which should make his fantasy owners feel more at ease, as well.

Anthony Fasano is Walker’s backup, which is hard to get overly excited about. Fasano will randomly be good for a TD every now-and-then, but he’s largely a spare that you can disregard when it comes to fantasy football.

Walker’s potential absence also hurts quarterback Marcus Mariota’s stock a bit. The only healthy Titans pass-catcher I like this week would be Kendall Wright, who topped 100 yards and found the end zone last week. He gets cover man Joe Hade, however, which could also be a problem for him (and possibly Mariota, as well).

Walker is officially listed as “questionable”. If he’s good to go, then I like him a good amount against a Browns defense that scuffled last week.

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