Browns Weekend Injury Report for Week 2 - Harrison is Ready

Last week against the Minnesota Vikings, RB Jerome Harrison was inactive, presumably becuse he was not fully recovered from the injuries that hindered him in the preseason. Harrison returned to full participation in practice Friday, and should be available for this Sunday's contest against the Denver Broncos. Will any of the other running backs be ready though? Here is the team's injury report:

BROWNS INJURY REPORT (RUNNING BACKS):

  • RB Jamal Lewis: Lewis had been limited in practice during the week due to a neck injury. On Friday though, just like Harrison did, Lewis fully participated in practice.
  • RB James Davis: Davis has been battling a shoulder injury and remained limited in practice on Friday. It might be safe to assume that Harrison will be Lewis' primary backup this week, although Davis should still probably be active.
  • RB Cedric Peerman: Peerman again remains questionable with a thigh injury.

Here is the rest of the injury report:

OUT: OL Rex Hadnot (knee)

QUESTIONABLE: LB David Bowens (knee), RB James Davis (shoulder), WR Mohamed Massaquoi (shoulder), RB Cedric Peerman (thigh)

PROBABLE: RB Jerome Harrison (knee), TE Steve Heiden (knee), RB Jamal Lewis (neck), DT Shaun Rogers (foot), P Dave Zastudil (right knee)

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