In a move that was rumored this week, Tim Hightower got the start ahead of Edgerrin James. The rookie is a great fantasy sleeper against the Rams. Ray Rice started ahead of Willis McGahee, but these two backs are expected to share carries against the Browns. Le’Ron McClain will also see some work out of the backfield.
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Browns: WR Donte’ Stallworth, FB Lawrence Vickers, LB Beau Bell, TE Martin Rucker, G Scott Young, S Hamza Abdullah and QB Ken Dorsey (3rd).
NFL.com senior writer Steve Wyche reports from Cleveland that Ravens RB Willis McGahee will play against the Browns today despite an ankle injury. McGahee was listed as questionable.
Running back Willis McGahee, limited in practice since Thursday with an ankle injury, is listed as questionable on the Ravens’ injury report for Sunday’s game with the Browns.
Ravens inactives: QB Troy Smith (3rd), CB Samari Rolle, S Dawan Landry, DB Fabian Washington, T David Hale, T Adam Terry, WR Marcus Smith, DT Lamar Divens.
It’s more than just good news for the Baltimore Ravens that RB Willis McGahee took part in a full practice on Thursday. McGahee, who has been hit by chest and eye injuries the last two weeks while still trying to fully recover from offseason knee surgery, appears to be as healthy as he has all season.
NFL Network’s Adam Schefter is reporting that Willis McGahee (chest, questionable) will be active against Tennessee. A Ravens official e-mailed Schefter and said it looks like McGahee will even start. This is a bad matchup for the veteran, but he’ll still be active in countless fantasy leagues. Just don’t expect much in terms of statistical success.
The Ravens listed running back Willis McGahee as questionable with a chest injury. But moments ago, a Ravens official emailed that McGahee is a go, and it even looks like he will start. So the Ravens will have one more weapon in their battle against a tough Titans defense.
Ravens RB Willis McGahee missed most of the second half against Pittsburgh with a chest injury.
A good friend of mine, Anita Marks from 1300 ESPN Radio in Baltimore, is friends with Brian Westbrook.
He sent her a text this morning and said he will be “careful” tonight. That indicates he’ll play (although that’s not in stone), but it doesn’t mean he’ll start. Those decisions are made by coach Andy Reid and the trainers.
When Ravens running back Willis McGahee left Sunday’s game against Cleveland with a bloody eye, Baltimore officials believed Browns players were intentionally trying to hurt its running back.