The Cleveland Browns are preparing for the free agency period in March, as they determine what players from their team who are set to hit the open market will be a priority. Unfortunately for running back Willis McGahee, he is not expected to be one of them.
According to the Akron Beacon-Journal, McGahee is not expected to re-sign with the Browns.
That would leave the Browns with the options of Edwin Baker, Dion Lewis and Chris Ogbonnaya on the roster, so they will be expected to select a running back early in the 2014 NFL Draft.
For McGahee, it would be a surprise if he gets any interest once he is available.
It took a desperate Browns team to give him a shot in 2013 and his 2.73 yards per carry average did nothing to show that he has any mileage left on his tires.
At 32 years old, it is very likely that his career will be coming to an end.