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Waiting for Brian Blades: Your daily update on Seattle receivers

Andy Behrens
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Deion Branch (knee) is finally practicing, but he won't play in Week 3 according to the Tacoma News Tribune. Still, he's only 37 percent-owned, and there's hope that he'll return by Week 5.

Bobby Engram isn't ready to practice just yet, which led to the Koren Robinson signing, and his subsequent apology.

Robinson's first practice was reportedly "a mild success."

But if you're a Seattle receiver and you make it through a practice or warm-up without suffering a significant injury, you've succeeded spectacularly.

As you may have heard, Seattle has also added Keary Colbert. Yet for now, it's Courtney Taylor and Robinson who sit atop the depth chart. Rookie tight end John Carlson actually leads the team in receptions and receiving yardage.

If you're adding any of the WRs, then A) it needs to be a fairly deep league, B) Robinson is an interesting short-term name, and C) Branch and Engram still have the long-term value, but their ceilings aren't too high. You'll note that Scott ranks the injured receivers ahead of the healthy receivers, too.

And we can't promote this story enough: Matt Hasselbeck recently announced that fantasy owners should bench him.


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