Cleveland Browns Injury Report, Week 11: Peyton Hillis Is Still Out

The Cleveland Browns are slated to play the Jacksonville Jaguars this weekend, but the team probably won't be able to take advantage of the Jags' banged up defensive line like it would most weeks. The Browns released their first injury report of the week on Wednesday with no surprises, meaning top running backs Peyton Hillis and Montario Hardesty were still out due to injury.

Hillis continues to miss practice time with a hamstring injury while Hardesty is dealing with a calf injury. Hillis has already been ruled out for the Jaguars game and even though Hardesty hasn't been yet, his status on Wednesday is not exactly encouraging.

The only other player that missed practice on Wednesday is defensive back T. J. Ward. Ward, dealing with injuries to both his foot and his finger, is expected to miss this weekend as well.

The full injury report is included below.

NAME POSITION INJURY WED. THU. FRI. GAME STATUS
English, Auston DL Knee LP - - -
Hardesty, Montario RB Calf DNP - - -
Hillis, Peyton RB Hamstring DNP - - -
Massaquoi, Mohamed WR Head LP - - -
Mitchell, Jayme DL Chest/Ankle LP - - -
Pashos, Tony OL Ankle LP - - -
Patterson, Dimitri DB Knee LP - - -
Sheard, Jabaal DL Thigh LP - - -
Ward, T. J. DB Finger/Foot DNP - - -
Young, Usama DB Shoulder FP - - -

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