Isaac Redman marked active by Steelers, creating fantasy conundrum in Pittsburgh

Justin K. Aller

Isaac Redman has been marked active by the Steelers for Sunday's game against the Browns after missing Week 11 with a concussion. We break down the fantasy implications.

Isaac Redman has been marked active by the Pittsburgh Steelers for Sunday's game against the Cleveland Browns. Redman was knocked out of the Steelers' Week 11 matchup against the Baltimore Ravens with a concussion.

Redman did not miss any practice time this week, despite the injury. This week will mark one of the few times that all three of the Steelers' top running backs will be healthy at the same time, with Jonathan Dwyer and Rashard Mendenhall not expected to be limited.

Fantasy Impact: Of the three backs, Redman appears to be the odd man out. He was on his way to a lesser workload prior to being knocked out of last week's game. That said, he will certainly chip into the the fantasy value of Mendenhall and Dwyer now that he appears to be fully healthy. The other two are locked in a pure timeshare if last week is any indication, making any one of the Steelers' RBs difficult to recommend as a fantasy option.

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