The Cleveland Browns released their first injury report of Week 16 on Wednesday, and listed Phillip Taylor and Joe Thomas as limited participants in practice.
The Cleveland Browns released their first injury report of the week on Wednesday, as the team prepares to take on the Denver Broncos in Week 16 -- and perhaps spoil Denver's plans of a bye week in the AFC playoffs.
Tight end Jordan Cameron and defensive end Frostee Rucker missed Wednesday's practice because of injuries. Cameron didn't participate because of a head injury (read: concussion), while Rucker missed practice because of injuries to both his shoulder and hip.
Joshua Cribbs, Shawn Lauvao, Mohamed Massaquoi, Juqua Parker, Phillip Taylor and Joe Thomas were all limited participants during Cleveland's Wednesday practice. Though the group of players were limited, most if not all should be expected to play on Sunday.
Cleveland will need to be healthy if they're going to slow down Peyton Manning's offense -- and score enough points to keep up with Denver's high-octane attack.