Jadeveon Clowney questionable, Myles Garrett set to play vs. Chargers

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The Browns will have at least one of their starting defensive ends back for Sunday’s matchup with the Chargers.

Myles Garrett has no injury status and is set to play. However, Jadeveon Clowney is questionable for the contest.

Garrett missed last week’s game against Atlanta after suffering shoulder and biceps injuries in a car accident.

Clowney hasn’t played since suffering an ankle injury in the Week Two loss to the Jets. Clowney returned to practice on Friday.

“We’ll make a decision when we get to Sunday,” head coach Kevin Stefanski said on Clowney, via 92.3 The Fan.

The Browns are also listing defensive tackle Taven Bryan (hamstring) as questionable. He didn’t play last week. Cleveland was without three of its four starting defensive linemen and gave up 202 yards rushing in the loss to the Falcons.

 

4 responses to “Jadeveon Clowney questionable, Myles Garrett set to play vs. Chargers

  1. Clowney does get dinged a lot, but has played at least 13 games 6 times in his career, including 6 of the last 7. He played in 14 games last year. One of those missed games in 2021 was due to Covid protocols.

    So, yeah, he often plays more than 8-10 games per year.

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