Steelers RB Isaac Redman says hip may bother him all year
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Steelers RB Isaac Redman says hip may bother him all year

Pittsburgh Steeler running back Isaac Redman @ired33 suggested that his hip injury may last all season.

Fantasy Analysis:

It looks like the chance to be the lead back for the Steelers is slipping through Isaac Redman's hands. Isaac looked really good in his two starts last year in place of the injured Mendenhall. Redman was on top of the depth chart again m to start the season with Rashard Mendenhall @R_Mendenhall still out. He was a favorite sleeper of many experts earlier this summer in fantasy and some thought that he may even keep the job once Mendenhall returned. Now it looks more like a time share between Redman, the improving Jonathan Dwyer @JDwyer27, and the impressive rookie Chris Rainey @crainey3. It looks like Rashard now takes back the starting job after the Steelers bye in week 4. The outlook for Redman just became much smaller and is now worth only a flier in all leagues.

Source:
Pittsburgh Post Gazette

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