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NFL Network's Albert Breer is reporting that Saints receiver Marques Colston will play Sunday against the Chiefs. Colston's participation has been limited in practice the past week because of an injured foot.Fantasy Spin:Colston certainly won't be at 100 pecent but he might not need to be to have a big game against the porous Kansas City secondary. It could just be a matter of whether or not Drew Brees looks in Colston's direction. Last week he was targeted just four times compared to 14 targets for Darren Sproles and 13 for Jimmy Graham.
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