Cleveland Browns running back Willis McGahee is officially listed as probable heading into the team's Week 11 matchup against the AFC North rival Cincinnati Bengals. McGahee missed practice on Thursday, and there was some question as to whether or not he had suffered a setback with his knee injury.
McGahee was full go in practice on Friday, however. In fact, over the past four weeks, McGahee has missed every Thursday practice, but has always returned on the following Friday. Smart money is on that being the plan going forward, so he should be good to go for Sunday's game.
That game is important for the 4-5 Browns. It will put them within spitting distance of the Bengals, who are at the top of the division. Cleveland already won one game against Cincinnati this season.
Fantasy Impact: McGahee has generally been ineffective this season, taking over the lead role after the team traded away Trent Richardson. He has carried the ball 100 times for 262 yards and one touchdown. He doesn't have much fantasy value, but if you're set on sticking with him for some reason, he should be good to go on Sunday.