The cursive, decade-old tattoo on Willis McGahee's neck reads "Guess Who's Back."
Briefly out of the league, he is indeed back again -- this time with his fourth team, hoping to bring stability to the reeling Browns.
On Wednesday, Cleveland dealt running back Trent Richardson to Indianapolis, less than two years after drafting him in the first round. On Thursday, the Browns signed McGahee, who practiced for the first time on Friday.
And ready or not, McGahee, 31, is going to play Sunday, when the Browns (0-2) visit the Minnesota Vikings (0-2).
Such is life in the NFL.
"It's a fresh start, a new beginning," McGahee said. "The players are great, it's a young team. We've got work to do."
McGahee, who has played for Buffalo, Baltimore and Denver after a memorable career at the University of Miami, has a familiarity with the offense but knows he must get the language down.
"I want to come and do everything I can," he said. "But I gotta gradually come in. I just can't come in and do the whole workload. But I'm going to do whatever it takes."
Despite the quick turnaround, coach Rob Chudzinski has "100 percent faith in him" and knows "nothing is holding him back."
Seahawks: Seattle placed left tackle Russell Okung on injured reserve with a designation to return after he injured a toe against the 49ers on Sunday. Coach Pete Carroll says Okung suffered a torn ligament in his toe and the injury is expected to keep him sidelined for six to eight weeks.
Under the injured reserve rules, Okung will be ineligible for the next eight weeks. He can return to practice six weeks after being placed on the list and be eligible to play against Minnesota on Nov. 17.
The Seahawks expect to see the season debut of two key pieces on the defensive side of the ball. Cornerback Brandon Browner (hamstring) and defensive end Chris Clemons (torn ACL last season) are both expected to play against the Jaguars on Sunday.
Ravens: Baltimore running back Ray Rice is listed as doubtful for Sunday's game against the Houston Texans. The Pro Bowler, who strained his left hip flexor during a win over the Browns last week, missed his third consecutive day of practice Friday.
If Rice doesn't play, Baltimore will turn to second-year running back Bernard Pierce.
Rams: St. Louis signed offensive tackle Max Starks, who was cut by San Diego after the preseason. Tackle Rodger Saffold has a left knee injury that could sideline him for several weeks. He did not practice this week and was ruled out Friday for Sunday's game at Dallas.
Jaguars: Jacksonville will be without tight end Marcedes Lewis for a third consecutive game. Lewis (calf injury) was one of four players ruled out for Sunday's game at Seattle. Quarterback Blaine Gabbert (hand), cornerback Dwayne Gratz (ankle) and receiver Mike Brown (back) also are out. Running back Maurice Jones-Drew (ankle) is questionable. Jones-Drew, who practiced some Friday, said he expects to play.