Cordarrelle Patterson
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By Kevin C. Wilson, Vikings Correspondent, Fri, Jul 25th 10:39pm EDT

According to multiple media sources Vikings WR Cordarelle Patterson was held out of practice today and is listed as day-to-day with a foot injury.

Fantasy Impact: Although it appears to be a minor injury Patterson will need to be on the field as much as possible this preseason in order to live up to his lofty ADP. The explosive second-year wideout is currently being drafted at #48 overall around the same time as more established options like Roddy White, DeSean Jackson and Percy Harvin. At this point Patterson is more potential than production, but if he can stay on the field and the new coaching staff can get him the ball he has a great chance of justifying his current expectations.

By Jake Perper, Vikings Correspondent, Fri, Jul 25th 1:25pm EDT

Patterson brought back two kickoffs for a score last season as a rookie and the Vikings plan to use him once again in that department. "We want our best players to get their hands on the ball as much as possible," Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer said. "We’re not going to keep him from returning kicks because he is such a dangerous weapon there." (Source: Minneapolis Star-Tribune)

Fantasy Impact: Patterson averaged 32.3 yards per kick return on 43 kickoffs in 2013. Those numbers were good for the NFL lead. Patterson's current ADP is 48, while he is the 20th best receiver in the Fantasy Pros rankings. He will be limited on offense by whoever is under center either Matt Cassel or Teddy Bridgewater.

RotoWire.com | Jul 25th
Cordarrelle Patterson: Patterson is day-to-day with a foot injury. Visit RotoWire.com for more analysis on this update.
Breaking Football | Jul 25th
Insane athlete with massive upside in Norval's vertical offense.
Win My Fantasy League | Jul 25th
Expect Norv to coax WR2 value out of him; would be more comfortable drafting as WR3 or flex
Yahoo! Sports | Jul 25th
If you look at the Yahoo fantasy wide receiver rankings, you'll find three players (Cordarrelle Patterson, Percy Harvin and Michael Crabtree) bunched together, fighting for the final spots in our top 20. For different reasons (either injury or lack of playing time), all three players offered up incomplete '13 campaigns. As the '14 season approaches, each of these players looks poised to be full se...
The New York Times | Jul 25th
Weak QBs and a run-first scheme could somewhat limit potential.
ESPN | Jul 23rd
Cordarrelle Patterson's fantasy hype is on the rise. Should you buy in?
Rotoprofessor | Jul 23rd
by Eric Stashin (aka The Rotoprofessor) We’ve already looked at some of the notable wide receiver risers when we look at a PPR league as opposed to a non-PPR league (click here to view).  What about those that go the other way?  Let’s take a
Hatty Waiver Wire Guru | Jul 21st
Amazing upside and if you want to gamble a bit then he is a player to draft in 2014.
Fantasy Football Maniax | Jul 15th
I think Patterson is as good of a breakout candidate as you will find in 2014. He finished the 2013 season with 45 receptions for 469 yards and four receiving touchdowns. If the Vikings can find a solution at quarterback, Patterson has WR1 talent.
Fantasy Sports LR | Jul 10th
Averaged 72 total yards and a TD/game after use picked up in Week 11. New offense and a year under his belt should do wonders for the electric Viking.
Fantasy Knuckleheads | Jun 10th
Cordarrelle Patterson Major Key To Vikings In 2014 After a 5-10-1 season in 2013, the Minnesota Vikings will be looking for solutions to become a better overall football team in 2014. There needs to be some players who step up and become bigger parts of the team’s success. The player that needs to be rising up the most in 2014 would be wide […] Original Source