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Browns seem ready to roll with the wide receivers they have
02-20-2019, 09:49 AM,
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Browns seem ready to roll with the wide receivers they have
The Cleveland Browns will be without wide receiver Rashard Higgins - the club’s second-leading receiver in yards - for a few weeks as he deals with a sprained MCL.The Browns could turn to an aging and declining Dez Bryant Youth Denzel Ward Jersey , who made a visit with the Browns while the Hard Knocks cameras were conveniently in town, or Rishard Matthews, who worked out for the club on Monday after being recently released by the Tennessee Titans.But Cleveland seems confident with what they have on the current roster, as head coach Hue Jackson said on Wednesday via clevelandbrowns.com:The loss of Higgins will stink http://www.authenticsclevelandbrowns.com...ert-jersey , but only for a few weeks. (If his injury had required surgery the Browns would likely have brought in a wide receiver.) But his absence opens up opportunities for not only players like rookies Damion Ratley and Derrick Willies - who had a nice 39-yard catch-and-run in Sunday’s overtime win against the Baltimore Ravens - but also for tight end David Njoku and, at least in theory, running back Duke Johnson.Njoku continues to flash his athleticism and has caught a combined 11 passes in the past two games. Johnson hasn’t had very many opportunities this year, although he did lead running backs in offensive snaps against the Ravens Youth Baker Mayfield Jersey , but he proved his ability last season when he set a franchise record for receptions by a running back, so putting the ball in his hands is never a bad thing.It may be hard to believe since it is the Browns, but the team may actually be in a position to absorb a short-term loss at wide receiver. Which, if true White Genard Avery Jersey , is just the latest sign that things are turning around for the franchise. Here is a summary of how the Cleveland Browns are viewed across mainstream media outlets in NFL Power Rankings heading into Week 13.CBS Sports - No. 21 (up 3 spots)SB Nation - No. 19 (up 4 spots)NFL.com - No. 18 (up 4 spots)MMQB - No. 23 (up 4 spots)Yahoo Sports - No. 20 (up 4 spots)ESPN - No. 23 (up 2 spots)Associated Press - No. 20 (up 4 spots)Listed below is a summary table of where teams in the AFC North are ranked this week.html { font-family:Calibri, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size:11pt; background-color:white }table { border-collapse:collapse; page-break-after:always } .b { text-align:center }.e { text-align:center }.f { text-align:right }.inlineStr { text-align:left }.n { text-align:right }.s { text-align:left }td.style0 { vertical-align:bottom; border-bottom:none #000000; border-top:none #000000; border-left:none #000000; border-right:none #000000; color:#000000; font-family:'Calibri'; font-size:11pt; background-color:white }td.style1 { vertical-align:bottom; text-align:center; border-bottom:none #000000; border-top:none #000000; border-left:none #000000; border-right:none #000000; color:#FFFFFF; font-family:'Calibri'; font-size:11pt; background-color:#371B03 }td.style2 { vertical-align:bottom; text-align:center; border-bottom:none #000000; border-top:none #000000; border-left:none #000000; border-right:none #000000; font-weight:bold; color:#FFFFFF; font-family:'Calibri'; font-size:11pt; background-color:#371B03 }td.style3 { vertical-align:bottom; text-align:center; border-bottom:none #000000; border-top:none #000000; border-left:none #000000; border-right:none #000000; font-weight:bold; color:#FFFFFF; font-family:'Calibri'; font-size:11pt; background-color:#E26B0A }td.style4 { vertical-align:bottom; text-align:center; border-bottom:none #000000; border-top:none #000000; border-left:none #000000; border-right:none #000000; font-weight:bold; color:#000000; font-family:'Calibri'; font-size:11pt; background-color:white }td.style5 { vertical-align:bottom; text-align:center; border-bottom:none #000000; border-top:none #000000; border-left:none #000000; border-right:none #000000; color:#000000; font-family:'Calibri'; font-size:11pt; background-color:white }td.style6 { vertical-align:middle; text-align:center; border-bottom:none #000000; border-top:none #000000; border-left:none #000000; border-right:none #000000; color:#000000; font-family:'Calibri'; font-size:11pt; background-color:white }td.style7 { vertical-align:bottom; text-align:center; border-bottom:none #000000; border-top:none #000000; border-left:none #000000; border-right:none #000000; font-weight:bold; color:#FFFFFF; font-family:'Calibri'; font-size:11pt; background-color:#E26B0A }td.style8 { vertical-align:middle; text-align:center; border-bottom:none #000000; border-top:none #000000; border-left:none #000000; border-right:none #000000; font-weight:bold; color:#FFFFFF; font-family:'Calibri'; font-size:11pt; background-color:#E26B0A }table.sheet0 col.col0 { width:90.14444340999999pt }table.sheet0 col.col1 { width:60.32222152999999pt }table.sheet0 col.col2 { width:60.32222152999999pt }table.sheet0 col.col3 { width:60.32222152999999pt }table.sheet0 col.col4 { width:60.32222152999999pt }table.sheet0 tr { height:15pt }@page { left-margin: 0.7in; right-margin: 0.7in; top-margin: 0.75in; bottom-margin: 0.75in; }body { left-margin: 0.7in; right-margin: 0.7in; top-margin: 0.75in; bottom-margin: 0.75in; } Custom New York Jets Jerseys
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