LeSean McCoy injury update: Fantasy value improves with probable status

Leon Halip

If you fought through LeSean McCoy's injury to make it to the fantasy championship, you may regain the services of your first round pick this week.

Philadelphia Eagles running back LeSean McCoy is officially listed as probable on the team's injury report for Sunday's game against the Washington Redskins.

McCoy has been dealing with a concussion but finally got clearance to play. He practiced in full all week long and should be able to play on Sunday.

Fantasy Impact: LeSean McCoy was drafted to be a fantasy football stud this season, but injuries and offensive ineptitude from the Eagles have ruined his season. Bryce Brown, meanwhile, burst onto the scene a few weeks ago creating an interesting situation for the Eagles.

McCoy should take over a decent share of the workload on Sunday. With a friendly matchup against the Washington Redskins, he should be safe to start in your fantasy football championship.

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