Eagles running back Bryce Brown won't be punished for his frequent fumbling because coach Andy Reid wants to give him as much playing time as possible after he carried just 104 times in college at Tennessee and Kansas State (Brown transferred after his freshman year, sat out 2010 and only carried three times in 2011 before leaving the team in September. SOURCE: Philly.comFantasy Spin:Brown ran for 347 yards and four touchdowns in his first two starts but just 40 in his last two. He has fumbled four times this season and was responsible for a botched handoff Thursday that was charged to QB Nick Foles. "He needs to play," Reid said. "I felt like he did miss a lot, he missed a lot of football," Reid added. LeSean McCoy's potential return from a concussion in Week 16 could complicate things and make Brown a nonfactor in fantasy leagues once again, though Reid said he'll play both players.