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

Josh Reynolds, WR, Rams

at Broncos

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Reynolds was called into action for the Rams last week with receivers Brandin Cooks and Cooper Kupp each being pulled from the game against the Seattle Seahawks due to concussions.

The sophomore fit right into coach Sean McVay’s system, catching two of three targets for 39 yards while playing 55 percent of the offensive snaps, according to Football Outsiders. He totaled 104 receiving yards and one touchdown while catching 11 of 24 targets last season.

Kupp and Cooks have accounted for 61.6 percent of the Rams’ wide receiver targets, and an absence or limited workload for either one would create a significant fill-in role for Reynolds in the NFL’s best passing attack.

Antonio Callaway, WR, Browns

vs. Chargers

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The Browns talked about reducing Callaway’s usage after the rookie struggled early in the season. But with Rashard Higgins suffering a sprained MCL in Week 5, Callaway ended up playing 69 percent of the snaps, second only to Jarvis Landry.

Higgins is expected to miss multiple weeks and Derrick Willies fractured his collarbone in practice on Friday, leaving Callaway in position to see another significant workload across from Landry – whether the coaching staff wants him to or not.

The Baker Mayfield-led Browns’ attack has a chance to take advantage of a Chargers defense that’s allowed the fourth most fantasy points to opposing receivers. Callaway may still been prone to first-year mistakes, but he’s flashed big-play skills, giving him a fantasy ceiling that warrants consideration in your Week 6 lineups.

Martavis Bryant, WR, Raiders

vs. Seahawks

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After catching just five of 12 targets over the previous two games, Bryant’s role was dialed back in Week 5. He proceeded to catch all three of Derek Carr’s intended passes and turned those into a season-best 91 yards while playing just 25 percent of the offensive snaps.

Bryant leads the Raiders in yards per reception at 16.8. His five catches of at least 20 yards rank second on the team to tight end Jared Cook, who’s seen an additional 22 targets and has 18 more receptions.

The Seahawks struggled to defend the deep ball in their first full game without safety Earl Thomas last week, surrendering four pass plays at least 20 yards to receivers.

DaeSean Hamilton, WR, Broncos

vs. Rams

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Each of the Rams’ past two opponents in the Seattle Seahawks and Minnesota Vikings outscored their season average by more than a touchdown, respectively. A similar situation this week would provide a dramatic boost to the fantasy assets on a Broncos team averaging just 20 points per game.

Hamilton made his first in-game appearance of the regular season in Week 5 after fellow rookie Courtland Sutton left in the second half due to a leg injury. He caught all three targets sent his way from Case Keenum for a respectable 44 yards with a long of 24.

Head coach Vance Joseph promised changes are on the way for his team in the midst of a three-game losing streak in which they’ve twice been held below 20 points. Some more work for the fourth-round rookie – who’s regularly been fourth on the depth chart – in a favorable matchup seems like a fitting first step to help push some of the veterans on offense.

C.J. Uzomah, TE, Bengals

vs. Steelers

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Uzomah played 92 percent of the Bengals’ offensive snaps in Week 5 after Tyler Eifert was placed on injured reserve following a Week 4 ankle injury and Tyler Kroft was forced from the game due to a foot injury. Kroft remains in jeopardy for Week 6.

Uzomah has seen only 10 targets this season, but he’s hauled in nine catches for an impressive 117 yards. The fourth-year pro should be able to provide meaningful fantasy returns without competition at his position, as he goes up against a Steelers defense that’s second only to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in terms of standard fantasy points allowed to tight ends.