Steelers RB Isaac Redman set for MRI
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Steelers RB Isaac Redman set for MRI

Pittsburgh Steeler running back Isaac Redman @ired33 is set for an MRI on his injured groin.

Fantasy Analysis:

This is not what the Steelers needed to hear right now. The running back corps is already suffering with injuries to starter Rashard Mendenhall @R_Mendenhall, Jonathon Dwyer, and John Clay. Redman was slated in as the starter for a team that traditionally likes to run the ball. He started the last 2 games last year and played well and had some sleeper appeal this season. Isaac hasn't made practice since last Thursday when he rushed for 14 yards on 5 carries against Philadelphia. This leaves rookie 5th round pick Chris Rainey @crainey3 from Florida and Baron Batch @baron_batch as the only healthy running backs on the roster. Do they bring in a free agent?? Only time will tell. If the injury is true, Redman should be dropped in your running back rankings. If Rainey starts, he takes a big jump up in the rankings.

Source:
Ed Bouchette on Twitter

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