Two years into the largest guaranteed contract in NFL history, the Cleveland Browns have gotten exactly a dozen games out of Deshaun Watson.
That’s how 2023 will end as well, now that Watson’s shoulder will keep him out for the rest of the season.
The injury is a huge blow for the Cleveland Browns. After last week’s dramatic win against the Baltimore Ravens, they seem poised to make a run at the AFC North title.
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The 6-3 Browns will return to fifth-round pick Dorian Thompson-Robinson for Sunday’s game against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
It’s not easy for a quarterback to join an offense in midseason, particularly an offense as complicated as Cleveland Browns head coach Kevin Stefanki’s
Geron Christian, an offensive tackle who joined the squad last week, had this to say to The Athletic: “This playbook is honestly completely different than any team I was with before
Cam Newton is the most likely contender to immediately fit with the Cleveland Browns. In his prime, Newton had Watson’s mobility and strong arm.
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