The Cleveland Browns’ defense got a little healthier after the bye week, as defensive tackle Ahtyba Rubin returned to practice on Monday. Rubin has missed three of the last four games with an injured calf, and was pulled early in the Oct. 21 loss in Indianapolis.
As Rubin gets healthier, the defense is starting to resemble its originally conceived look. In fact, cornerback Dimitri Patterson (ankle) was the only Browns player who didn’t practice.
Rubin has 21 tackles this season to go along with one sack and one forced fumble.