Each week, we take a look at five last-minute additions for your fantasy team heading into NFL Sunday.

Dante Pettis, WR, 49ers

vs. Lions

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Pettis remains largely unowned despite going for 61 yards and a touchdown in his NFL debut against a tough Minnesota Vikings defense.

The 44th pick in the 2018 draft should step into an even larger role against the Detroit Lions as veteran wideout Marquise Goodwin has been ruled out due to a quadriceps injury. Pettis outperformed starter Pierre Garcon on one fewer target in Week 1, and could enjoy even more success in a favorable matchup this weekend.

The Lions allowed three pass plays of at least 20 yards against the New York Jets in Week 1, and both of Pettis’ receptions went at least that distance, topping out at 39. The youngster could quickly assert himself as Jimmy Garoppolo’s top playmaker.

Martavis Bryant, WR, Raiders

at Broncos

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The Raiders brought Bryant back into the fold following a Week 1 loss in which their wide receivers were led by Jordy Nelson’s 23 yards. Only tight end Jared Cook had a reception longer than 17 yards.

Head coach Jon Gruden said earlier this week that Bryant is fully healthy, and he believes the 26-year-old can help the passing attack. The Raiders face another tough matchup, but Bryant has averaged 15.2 yards per reception over his career and can help quarterback Derek Carr stretch the field.

It was reported at the time of Bryant’s release that he was facing another year-long suspension for violating the NFL’s drug policy. He may not be an option for fantasy managers all year, but he can be used as a weekly lottery ticket until the ban is enforced.

Sony Michel, RB, Patriots

at Jaguars

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Michel, the No. 31 overall pick in April’s draft, missed Week 1 due to a knee injury. He was limited in practice again this week, but suggested Wednesday he was preparing to play, and then was listed as questionable on Friday.

New England’s injury-plagued backfield will be without Jeremy Hill for the remainder of the season, while Rex Burkhead suffered a concussion in the season opener and is also questionable for Week 2. At this point, James White is likely to remain the lead pass-catching back, but Michel could be thrust into a significant role on the ground in his debut.

Mike Wallace, WR, Eagles

at Buccaneers

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The 32-year-old Wallace was a nonfactor in the Eagles’ season-opening win over the Atlanta Falcons. He didn’t have a catch and only drew three targets, even without No. 1 receiver Alshon Jeffery in the lineup.

Quarterback Nick Foles told NBC Sports’ Reuben Frank he wants to get the ball in Wallace’s hands more often, and he’ll have a chance to do so against a Buccaneers defense that surrendered 432 passing yards to the Saints in Week 1.

Ryan Grant, WR, Colts

at Redskins

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Grant had a strong start to his Colts tenure, catching eight of nine targets for 59 yards. He led the team in receptions and was just 1 yard shy of matching tight end Jack Doyle’s total through the air.

The fifth-year pro wasn’t targeted in the red zone by quarterback Andrew Luck, but he caught seven of 10 looks from former Washington Redskins signal-caller Kirk Cousins inside the opponents’ 20-yard line in 2017, showing he can be effective in the most important part of the field.

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