As we enter the final couple of weeks of the regular season, it's doubtful that any full-time NFL player is "healthy." Guys are coming down with nagging pains and are getting more rest during the practice week. Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall seems to be an example. He didn't practice on Wednesday and when he returned to limited practice Thursday, his name appeared on the team's injury report next to the word "hamstring." Yet, despite the mid-week addition, ESPN Chicago's Michael C. Wright says that the ailment isn't believed to be serious and shouldn't affect Marshall's status for Sunday's game against the Cardinals.
Take out that one game started by Jason Campbell, and you'll see that Marshall hasn't scored fewer than nine fantasy points in any game since Week 3. He may be limited again on Friday, but you should expect him to be full-go this weekend. Marshall remains a locked-in WR1.