When you don’t practice all week, you generally don’t play.
So it’s not looking good for the following Browns for Sunday in Baltimore: quarterback Jake Delhomme (ankle), running back Jerome Harrison (thigh) and receiver Brian Robiskie (hamstring), linebacker Marcus Benard (ankle), guard Shawn Lauvao (ankle) and nosetackle Shaun Rogers (ankle, hip).
All six players missed practice Friday for the third straight day, according to the Cleveland Plain-Dealer. Rogers would seemingly have the best chance to start because he hasn’t practiced much all year, but has played in the first two games. Seneca Wallace will start at quarterback.
Harrison has failed to build upon his strong finished to last year, largely because the Browns aren’t featuring him. Maybe they feared he could stay healthy.
Robiskie started two games, but has only 18 yards on the season. The Browns’ leading receivers so far this year are Evan Moore, Josh Cribbs, and Ben Watson.