Isaiah Weston carted off from Browns practice with knee injury

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The Browns had another receiver suffer an injury during a training camp practice.

After recent injuries to Anthony Schwartz and David Bell, undrafted rookie Isaiah Weston was carted off the field on Saturday. Via Mary Kay Cabot of Cleveland.com, the Browns said following practice that Weston suffered a knee injury.

Weston signed with Cleveland out of Northern Iowa, making the jump from FCS to the NFL.

Schwartz is dealing with a knee injury and Bell has a foot injury. Neither Schwartz nor Bell are expected to be out for an extended period of time.

7 responses to “Isaiah Weston carted off from Browns practice with knee injury

  1. Dang man idk if it’s really worth it to go out and get another wr right now…who would be available someone like will fuller who played with watson before? Obj now that baker isn’t on the team? As long as cooper and Donovan people’s jones stay healthy they don’t need to worry about it that much.

  2. Who’s flinging the football the 1st 12 weeks if the season? Won’t be Watson. Just run the ball.

  3. Funny how some fans and media continue to try and find Cleveland scenarios for Beckham Jr. as if that’s some match made in heaven the second you take Mayfield out of the equation. I know he was generally popular in the locker room and that many of the current Browns would love to have him back, but players across sports often have dumb ideas about who their teammates should be given they don’t tend to think very critically or objectively about such things. Nothing doing with that speculation, he’ll be moving on to his fourth different team if the Rams don’t re-sign him, which they probably will.

  4. No team had more training camp injuries every year than the Browns

  5. training camp is starting to feel like that game against the Jets a few years ago, in which all the starters were out.

  6. Is something wrong with Will Fuller? Always seemed like an obvious add for the Browns.

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