Cleveland Browns cornerback Joe Haden sat out Wednesday’s practice and his availability Sunday is up in the air.
The Cleveland Browns have had three starting quarterbacks this season, but the merry-go-round of them going in and out of the starting lineup has been a bit more. Once again, the Browns will change out quarterbacks as they hope to stop their skid.
Quarterback Jason Campbell and inside linebacker Craig Robertson headline the list of inactives for the Browns Sunday against Jacksonville.
The Cleveland Browns are watching their season slip away from them after a rather promising start, and a two-game losing streak could be broken as the Jacksonville Jaguars come in for a visit. The only problem is that the Browns are dealing with one of the longest injury reports they’ve had in a while.
Trick shot Tanney, No regrets or deal for Ward, Tank hopeful, the Wednesday injury report and more in Daryl Ruiter’s notes from Berea.
The Browns will be without inside linebacker Craig Robertson, who is inactive due to a knee injury sustained in last week’s 41-20 loss at Cincinnati. Tank Carder, who filled in and recorded 6 tackles against the Bengals will start in his place.
Bringing down Big Ben, Big year for Gordon, Tank’s turn, ready for a snow bowl Sunday and the Thursday injury report in Daryl Ruiter’s notes from Berea.
A critical Campbell, Robertson down, another returner to IR, Cooper returns, Browns say bring a blanket and the Wednesday injury report in Daryl Ruiter’s notes from Berea.
Another starter returns to the defense, another apology, Pat Shurmur reaffirms his thoughts on social media and the latest injury report in Daryl Ruiter’s news and notes for Wednesday.
Jason La Canfora talks about the rumor regarding Jimmy Haslam and Jon Gruden, the Eagles’ moves since Joe Banner left, Mike Holmgren’s exit from the organization, what Gruden will look for in the NFL, Jim Harbaugh starting Colin Kaepernick, Tank Carder’s comments on Twitter and more…