Willis McGahee Injury Update: Denver Broncos RB Will Play Against NY Jets

Denver Broncos running back Willis McGahee will indeed play on Thursday night against the New York Jets. Lindsay Jones of the Denver Post reports that he is not 100 percent with his hamstring. This likely means that we will see Lance Ball receive a good number of shares, as well.

This is the second injury McGahee has suffered in less than a month. He broke his hand against the Miami Dolphins and missed one game before charging back with 163 rushing yards against the Oakland Raiders. He missed all but a few snaps of last weekend's victory over the Kansas City Chiefs.

Will McGahee have a big day or will that hamstring prevent him from helping the Broncos pick up the victory?

Stay tuned to SB Nation Denver for more information, and for in-depth analysis on the Denver Broncos be sure to visit Mile High Report. Visit SB Nation NFL for more news and notes around the league.

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