Denzel Ward: Foot will be good for training camp

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Browns cornerback Denzel Ward hurt his foot in the team’s final minicamp practice, but reports indicated that tests showed he avoided a serious injury as the team’s offseason program came to an end.

Ward sent the same message on Thursday. He was wearing a walking boot during a visit to a youth football camp in Akron and said the foot was sore while predicting that all will be well once it is time for the Browns to get back on the field.

“Yeah, I’ll be good,” Ward said, via Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal.

Ward signed a five-year extension worth $100.5 million this offseason that speaks to his importance to the Cleveland defense. That should lead the Browns to move cautiously if there’s any doubt about Ward’s health early in camp, but, for now, it doesn’t sound like there’s much for them to be concerned about.

5 responses to “Denzel Ward: Foot will be good for training camp

  1. He stayed healthy just long enough to get a big contract.If nothing else I’ll remember his 100yd INT return followed by him sucking oxygen on the bench while Joe Burrow took it right back down the field for a TD.

  2. The sun will come up each day, and Ward will miss games some time this year with injury(s). hopefully, that time is minimal.
    Ward is very talented, but apparently fragile.

  3. He stayed healthy just long enough to get a big contract.If nothing else I’ll remember his 100yd INT return followed by him sucking oxygen on the bench while Joe Burrow took it right back down the field for a TD.

    And then Baker and the Browns beat them…..again

  4. oscarxray says:
    June 24, 2022 at 9:29 am
    He stayed healthy just long enough to get a big contract.If nothing else I’ll remember his 100yd INT return followed by him sucking oxygen on the bench while Joe Burrow took it right back down the field for a TD.

    What? Your not going to remember the Browns won?? Selective memory ehh?

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