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New England Patriots running back Dion Lewis celebrates a touchdown against the Miami Dolphins during a NFL football game at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass. Thursday, Oct. 29, 2015. (Winslow Townson/AP Images for Panini)

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Now that the NFL injury report has eliminated the designation of “probable”, the questionable tag will include players who are anywhere from 50 to 99-percent likely to play. With this new development you will definitely need to check here every week before locking your lineups to make sure that you don’t get burned by a player whose injury status you miscalculated. I will use a combination of Injury Science and my experience as a Doctor of Physical Therapy to give you a more precise description of whether you can trust these players on your fantasy roster.

James Starks (GB) Meniscus repair

Starks is approaching the four-week mark after surgery to repair a torn meniscus. This has been the year of the meniscus with big name players showing how friendly and unfriendly, these injuries can be. Ben Roethlisberger returned from his meniscus injury a little quicker and finished the game without re0injury, but remember…

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