Donald Brown injury update: Fantasy value on the rise with probable status

Brian Spurlock-US PRESSWIRE

Indianapolis Colts running back Donald Brown has been listed as probable for Week 11. We breakdown the fantasy implications.

Indianapolis Colts running back Donald Brown has been listed as probable for Sunday's game. The Colts tailback has been recovering from a knee scope, which has limited him this season.

Brown got two days of full practice this week, on Wednesday and Friday. He is expected to play this Sunday when the Colts take on the New England Patriots.

Fantasy Analysis: Brown should suit up Sunday against their conference rival, the New England Patriots. Fantasy owners should be cautious this game, as this match could quickly turn into a shootout. It is also uncertain what kind of workload Brown will receive upon his return.

It is likely that running back Vick Ballard will cut into Brown's carries versus the Pats. Fantasy owners should be surprised if Brown gets more than 15 touches in Week 11. Proceed with caution.

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