Browns QB Baker Mayfield has been playing through a partially torn labrum in his left shoulder, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. Mayfield suffered the injury in Week 2's win over the Texans. Surgery isn't needed "as of now," per Rapoport, and Mayfield hasn't missed a practice snap. He has, however, been playing with a shoulder harness, which might explain why he hasn't been very good the last couple of weeks. It's a situation to keep a close eye on going forward.
Browns QB Baker Mayfield (knee, foot, shoulder) is not listed on the final injury report. He was a full participant in Friday’s practice but admitted this week that he’s as banged up as he’s ever been. Even in Sunday’s plus matchup vs. the Lions, Mayfield is an unexciting QB2.
Browns QB Baker Mayfield did not practice on Wednesday. He's on the injury report with "left shoulder, foot, knee." Mayfield is expected to start this weekend's game vs. the Lions, but he'll be doing so at far less than 100%.
Browns HC Kevin Stefanski labeled QB Baker Mayfield "day to day" with the knee contusion he suffered in Sunday's loss to the Patriots. Further testing on Monday revealed no structural damage to that right knee. Mayfield figures to be ready for this weekend's game vs. the Lions, but we'll monitor his status throughout the week.
Browns HC Kevin Stefanski expects QB Baker Mayfield (knee) to play Week 11. He said Mayfield is dealing with a knee contusion and could have gone back in the game vs. New England. Mayfield said afterward that x-rays on his right knee came back clean. He labeled himself "day to day." We'll keep an eye on him this coming week.
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