Browns Injury Report: Haden, Ward, Cameron, Taylor All Fail To Practice On Thursday

Just like the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Cleveland Browns were also back practicing on Thursday after having Christmas off and their latest injury report includes several key players that have yet to work this week.

Not practicing on Thursday were tight end Jordan Cameron (concussion), cornerback Joe Haden (hip), defensive end John Hughes (knee, elbow), guard Shawn Lauvao (thigh), guard Jason Pinkston (concussion), tight end Andre Smith (calf), defensive tackle Phillip Taylor (concussion) and safety T.J. Ward (shoulder). Should both Cameron and Haden be unable play, it would be a huge advantage for the Steelers.

Limited on Thursday for the Browns but expected to play on Sunday were guard John Greco (knee) and tackle Joe Thomas (back).

Practicing fully on Thursday were linebacker Tank Carder (shoulder), linebacker Paul Kruger (illness), punter Spencer Lanning (left knee), RB Willis McGahee (knee), cornerback Jordan Poyer (toe) and tackle Mitchell Schwartz (toe).

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  • Dwayne Ferguson

    My only hope is that they are gonna play instead for KC if they rest their starters.