Isaac Redman is probable for Sunday's game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Cleveland Browns, according to the Steelers' official site. Redman was a full participant in practice this week after suffering a concussion last week against the Baltimore Ravens.
Redman had just one carry for five yards last week while Jonathan Dwyer and Rashard Mendenhall split the rest of the rushing load roughly equally. The Steelers' coaching staff hasn't indicated how it will split carries against the Browns.
Fantasy Impact: Redman appeared to be on his way to a subordinate role even before he was forced out of last week's game. Still, if marked active he will certainly hinder the fantasy value of Dwyer and Mendenhall. With a timeshare looking like the most likely scenario, no Steelers' running back can be considered better than a Flex play this week. There are simply too many mouths to feed, even with a decent matchup on tap.