Browns Week 11 injury report: Greg Newsome out against Buffalo

Browns, Greg Newsome II. (Photo by Cooper Neill/Getty Images)
Browns, Greg Newsome II. (Photo by Cooper Neill/Getty Images) /

The Cleveland Browns take on the Buffalo Bills in Detroit this weekend but will be without starting cornerback Greg Newsome II.

Injuries will always be a concern in the NFL and the Cleveland Browns have surely had their share over the past couple of seasons.

As we enter Week 11, that remains the case as they get ready for a game against the Buffalo Bills — a game that will take place in Detroit due to a snowstorm in Western New York.

Cleveland will face a high-powered aerial attack and will have to do so without one of their starting cornerbacks. Greg Newsome, their first-round selection from 2021, will be sidelined with a concussion.

Newsome suffered the injury during practice and could be out for more than one week. Not long ago, fellow corner Denzel Ward had a concussion of his own and missed three games.

There could be some good news on the injury front, however, as David Njoku is listed as questionable after missing the past two games with a high ankle sprain. His return would be huge since the Bills are sure to put up a lot of points, but they need to make sure he’s at 100 percent to avoid further injury.

Buffalo also has some key players on their injury report, including starting linebacker Tremaine Edmunds and defensive end Greg Rousseau. Both are out, which is a huge blow for the Bills defense.

With all that being said, here’s a look at the full injury report, courtesy of the Cleveland Browns’ official web page.

Cleveland Browns vs. Buffalo Bills: Week 11 Injury Report

Browns injury report:

Greg Newsome II, CB, Concussion
Michael Dunn, G, Back
Perrion Winfrey, DT, Head
D’Anthony Bell, S, Concussion

David Njoku, TE, Ankle

Bills injury report:

Tremaine Edmunds, MLB, Groin/Heel
Jake Kumerow, WR, Ankle
Greg Rousseau, EDGE, Ankle

Jordan Poyer, S, Elbow
Kaair Elam, CB, Ankle
Reggie Gilliam, FB, Illness