BEREA, Ohio — The Cleveland Browns are shedding one other defensive starter, however getting again their most essential one.
Tuesday, the Browns activated defensive finish Myles Garrett off the reserve/COVID-19 listing, clearing the way in which for the star cross rusher to return Sunday in opposition to the Tennessee Titans.
Whereas is Garrett is on his means again to the sphere, the Browns shall be with out security Ronnie Harrison, whom the staff positioned on injured reserve Tuesday. A supply informed ESPN that Harrison might miss the remainder of the common season with a shoulder damage he suffered Sunday. Harrison is predicted to be out 4 to 6 weeks, although there’s hope he might return earlier than the playoffs, ought to the 8-3 Browns advance to the postseason.
Harrison injured the shoulder within the first quarter in opposition to the Jacksonville Jaguars and didn’t return. He had began the previous six video games for the Browns after being acquired in a commerce from the Jaguars earlier than the season. Throughout his first begin, on Oct. 11, Harrison intercepted Philip Rivers for a 47-yard landing return.
Garrett has missed Cleveland’s final two video games. He was main the NFL with 9.5 sacks earlier than being positioned on the reserve/COVID-19 listing Nov. 20. Garrett continues to be tied for the league lead with 4 compelled fumbles.
Coach Kevin Stefanski mentioned Monday that Cleveland can be unlikely to get Professional Bowl cornerback Denzel Ward again for this weekend. Ward missed Sunday’s sport with a calf damage.