Browns injury update: Josh Cribbs limping, Ray Ventrone dinged up

Jason Miller

Linebacker James Michael Johnson and defensive tackle Phil Taylor were both injured but re-entered the game.

The Cleveland Browns are continuing their marked improvement this season with three straight victories including their most dominate win of the season with a 30-7 victory over the struggling Kansas City Chiefs today. But the Browns wouldn't escape the game without a few bumps and bruises to some players on the roster. Wide receiver Josh Cribbs and safety Ray Ventrone were both dealing with injuries after the game. Linebacker James Michael johnson and defensive tackle Phil Taylor were also hurt during the victory but were able to get back on the field.

Cribbs finished the game without a catch but did carry the ball twice for 15 yards. Ventrone finished the contest with one tackle while Johnson had four tackles on the day against the Chiefs. No word if Cribbs and Ventrone will miss any time with their injuries.

The Browns will look to extended their winning streak to four games when they face the Washington Redskins at home next week.

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