The Cleveland Browns released their latest injury report for Sunday’s game with Baltimore and it shows that safety Tashaun Gipson is still out of practice with an ankle injury.
It wasn’t all bad news for the secondary, however, as both Donte Whitner and K’Waun Williams were full participants.
Also returning to the practice field this week, even though it is in a limited basis, is running back Robert Turbin, who is hoping to see his first action with the Browns this Sunday.
“My goal is to be able to play some this Sunday. Obviously (athletic trainer) Joe Sheehan and those guys and coach Pett will make the decision, ultimately this weekend,” Turbin said on Thursday. “I am hopeful. They are hopeful and we will just see how the rest of the week goes with practice.
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“I think I can just be an added asset to the team. I believe in myself and my abilities to make plays out there on the field. It will be a good opportunity to play off of Crow (Isaiah Crowell) and Duke Johnson and continue to learn from those guys and continue to learn from coach Wilbert Montgomery. Go out there and contribute to this offense, make plays and help us win the football game.”
As for the rest of the injury report, listed as full participants were Johnson Bademosi (elbow), Duke Johnson (ankle), Johnny Manziel (elbow) and Mitchell Schwartz (thumb), Donte Whinter (illness) and K’Waun Williams (concussion).
Listed as limited were Desmond Bryant (shoulder), Karlos Dansby (ankle), Joe Haden (ribs/finger), Scott Solomon (ankle) and Robert Turbin (ankle).
Players who did not practice included Shaun Draughn (back), Tashaun Gipson (ankle) and Craig Robertson (ankle).