Here is the injury report for the Cleveland Browns’ Week 3 game against the Miami Dolphins:
- The Cleveland Browns were a relatively healthy team heading into last week’s game against the Baltimore Ravens. In fact, not a single person on the 53-man roster had an injury that forced the team to even designate them as “questionable.” Between the Ravens game and the week of practice leading up to Week 3, things changed drastically.
- Five players are officially ruled out for Cleveland: QB Josh McCown, WR Corey Coleman, C Cameron Erving, DE Carl Nassib, and S Ibraheim Campbell. This season is about enjoying the growth of the team’s young players, so it’s painful to see so many of those guys go down.
- CB Joe Haden suffered a groin injury during Thursday’s practice and did not practice on Friday. He is listed as questionable, but if there is one player on the injury report who will still end up playing, I’d bank on it being Haden.
- K Patrick Murray injured his knee during practice, and the team is likely going to sign a replacement.
- For the Dolphins, two players have been ruled out: RB Arian Foster and OL Mike Pouncey. Foster will miss his first game, and while Pouncey thought he was ready to return to action, the team is holding off on him another week.
- Starting defensive end Jason Jones injured his ankle during practice this week. He's listed as questionable, but after not practicing on Friday, I'd say things are looking a little dim for his chances of playing.