Browns activate David Bell, Anthony Walker

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The Browns are getting some help back at receiver.

The team activated third-round draft selection David Bell from the active/physically unable to perform list Saturday, Mary Kay Cabot of cleveland.com reports. Bell missed the first eight days of training camp.

According to Cabot, Bell’s foot injury was believed to be a stress fracture.

The Browns’ receiving corps has seen Anthony Schwartz sidelined with a knee injury; sixth-round choice Michael Woods II injure his hamstring Thursday; Javon Wims miss time with an illness; Isaiah Weston go onto injured reserve with a knee injury; and Amari Cooper miss a day with an ankle injury.

The Browns also activated linebacker Anthony Walker (groin) off the non-football injury list Saturday.

2 responses to “Browns activate David Bell, Anthony Walker

  1. henrythehorse says:
    August 6, 2022 at 11:38 am
    how did these teams ever get through TC when they use to have 2 a days in pads ?

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    They played through injuries. Teams no longer want players to do this because analytics tells them they can play more regular season games if they take more precaution in training camp.

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