Browns Injury Report: Secondary Hurting Heading Into Steelers Game

The first injury participation report for the Cleveland Browns is now out as they prepare to host the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday.

Not practicing on Wednesday for the Browns were cornerback Dimitri Patterson (ankle), cornerback Buster Skrine (head), and safety Raymond Ventrone (calf).

Limited on Wednesday were wide receiver Josh Cooper (knee), cornerback Joe Haden (oblique), and defensive tackle Ahtyba Rubin (calf, back).

Practicing fully on Wednesday were tight end Jordan Cameron (groin), wide receiver Joshua Cribbs (back), defensive end Juqua Parker (shin), running back Trent Richardson (chest, rib, finger), defensive end Frostee Rucker (shoulder), guard Jarrod Shaw (illness), and safety T.J. Ward (knee, ankle).

  • alex

    CLEV DBs hurting like BALT DBs were and they kicked us around the field…i feel another KC OT skweeker against another weak team, as usual…

  • Try again RETARD, Steelers Defense DOMINATED that game giving up 0 points. The Special Teams gave up a punt return for a touchdown, Mike Wallace Fumbled already in field goal range, and Bryon threw an interception in bad field position resulting in 3 points also, there’s your 13 points, 0 given up by the always #1 Defense. Blame the Offense and Special Team for being clumsy all you want but our always every year #1 Defense for the past 12 year Defense as always carried this team to a should of been victory.

  • r4kolb

    If we need to rely on Batch passing us to victory we are in trouble. Better be able to run the ball or we may be in trouble. Road games are always a problem for us reguardless of the quailty of the opponent. Still wondering why during the Ravens game we ran the ball down their throats only to get 1st and goal on the 4 and come out and line up in the SHOTGUN on 1st down w an empty backfield and try to pass the ball on 2 of the 3 downs. Field goal…game over. Really Todd really? That’s why we were happy to see B.A. go.

  • alex

    ouch, you folks are kinda harsh…

    i never said the D did bad, we all know we dominated on D, what i said was the 2nd class Balt. D hit us hard…2 out with broken ribs, 1 concussion, and whatever Ziggy had…and then there was a Wallace fumble, a non try on a low ball from our QB, and then he forgot how to get both feet down in the endzone…his season seems to be averge…

  • Dominic Johns

    I agree with Alex. First of all Frank is being an asshole, what the hell is that? Cleveland is better than KC and we struggled with KC. I don’t see it as an exaggeration of any sort to project the Steelers struggling against the Browns.