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Cumberland (non-injury) is active for Sunday's contest at Green Bay, Seth Walder of the New York Daily News reports.

Cumberland was absent from practice Wednesday but proceeded to be a full participant both Thursday and Friday. As a result, he'll look to build upong a four-catch, 50-yard performance in the season opener against the Raiders.

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Cumberland caught four passes for 50 yards in Sunday's victory over Oakland.

A handy output on five targets; meanwhile, rookie TE Jace Amaro was limited to two catches for seven yards (four targets). Neither Jets tight end is screaming to fantasy owners, but if you have to use one right now, Cumberland deserves the call.

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Cumberland is slated to start at tight end for the Jets on Sunday against the Raiders, reports.

Confirmation of that assignment was relayed by rookie TE Jace Amaro, who could potentially overtake Cumberland as the season progresses. For now, though, Cumberland -- who is evidently past the Achilles injury he dealt with in the preseason -- remains atop the team's depth chart at the position, which gives him modest value out of the gate in deeper formats.

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Cumberland (Achilles) is not listed on the Jets' Wednesday practice participation/injury report, the team's official site reports.

Cumberland looks good to go heading into Week 1's game against the Raiders, though the team's addition of rookie Jace Amaro suggests a brewing time-share that figures to hamper Cumberland's fantasy upside.

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Cumberland (Achilles) will not play in Friday's preseason game, the New York Daily News' Manish Mehta reports.

He has now been dealing with the sore Achilles for almost two weeks, and while the injury isn't considered serious, it's enough to keep him out of action Friday. Jace Amaro should get plenty of looks at tight end during the Jets' third preseason game.

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Cumberland (Achilles) missed Monday's practice, reports.

Cumberland exited last Tuesday's practice with soreness in his Achilles tendon and has not practiced or played since. While his condition isn't considered serious, Cumberland had surgery on his other Achilles back in 2011, so the tight end is certainly wary of coming back too early. Right now, it's unknown when Cumberland might feel comfortable to return to action, but when he does, he figures to re-assume the Jets' starting tight end position ahead of rookie Jace Amaro.

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Cumberland is dealing with a minor Achilles' injury, Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News reports.

Coach Rex Ryan believes that Cumberland should be able to play against Bengals in Saturday's preseason contest, though the tight end's fantasy upside is hampered by the Jets' addition of second-round draft choice Jace Amaro.

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Cumberland left Tuesday's practice with tightness in his Achilles' tendon, ESPN New York reports.

Cumberland's ailment doesn't seems serious, but it's worth noting the tight end had his other Achilles' surgically repaired in 2011. As such, the veteran should be wary of his latest ailment, which could result in a few rest days. In any event, Cumberland embodies a key member of the Jets' offense, as he's currently projected as the team's starting tight end and also has the responsibility of mentoring rookie second-rounder Jace Amaro into the NFL.

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Jeff Cumberland is already running behind Jace Amaro in pass-oriented personnel packages.

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