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Any starting running back in the NFL has value in fantasy football. With that in mind, go ahead and look for Chris Ogbonnaya as a waiver wire sleeper. The running back for the Cleveland Browns could be thrust into a starting role going forward.
Starter Peyton Hillis got married to Amanda Brown and is now out injured. In Week 8, Montario Hardesty, the team’s backup RB, hurt his calf. Chris Ogbonnaya is next on the depth chart.
The 25-year-old out of Texas has played previously for the St. Louis Rams and Houston Texans. In his career, he has 17 carries for 71 yards. In Week 8, he got 11 carries for 37 yards and caught five passes for 24 yards.
Look out for the Browns picking up another running back, however if they don’t, expect Chris Ogbonnaya to be the man.
Chris Ogbonnaya Fantasy Football Sleeper (Image: TSN.ca)
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Cleveland Browns running back Montario Hardesty will undergo an MRI tomorrow on his strained calf according to Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer. Hardesty injured his calf in the second quarter Sunday. He was starting in place of Peyton Hillis who missed the game with a hamstring strain. Source: The Redzone Attached Thumbnails
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