Terrance West removed from non-football injury list


Terrance West’s stay on the Browns’ non-football injury list was a short one.

The Browns announced Thursday that West, a rookie tailback from Towson, has been removed from the list, clearing the way for him to be on the practice field when Cleveland’s training camp practices begin Saturday.

According to multiple reports, West’s inclusion on the list was related to the club’s conditioning test, but the matter looks to have been quickly squared away — good news for a rookie who could challenge for major work in Cleveland’s backfield.

Three other Browns — offensive lineman Chris Faulk, defensive lineman Jacobbi McDaniel and offensive lineman Jeremiah Warren — were also taken off the non-football injury list and added to active roster, the club said.

The Browns also announced they had waived running back Jourdan Brooks and wide receiver Kenny Shaw. This leaves Cleveland with four open roster spots.

8 responses to “Terrance West removed from non-football injury list

  1. Will be fun to see who comes out of training camp and preseason as the #1 RB for Cleveland between West and Tate. Should be a pretty good battle.

  2. ericbleedspurple says:

    “The Ravens should’ve taken West. He’s an exceptional local talent.”
    Ozzie is slipping badly…or haven’t you noticed? Just look at the last draft.

  3. Don’t sleep in Isaiah Crowell. He’s their most talented back, by far. If he stays healthy and keeps his head on straight, he could steal carries from both Tate and West

  4. With Shanahan’s run-first, zone-blocking offense, the Browns running game should be fun to watch! We’ll have just enough of an air game to keep it interesting this year, and should be ready for Gordon’s return in 2015.

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