Sad News from Cleveland browns…

Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson admitted Thursday that he won’t be ready to play in Week 7 against the Indianapolis Colts because of a shoulder injury.

The three-time Pro Bowler hasn’t had his best performance in a Cleveland uniform since suffering an injury during the team’s Week 3 win against the Tennessee Titans in late September.

Watson finished the game 27-for-33 with 289 passing yards, two touchdowns and no interceptions.

He missed the Browns’ last two games in Weeks 4 and 6 (the team’s Week 5), but started last Sunday against the Colts. Watson played just 12 snaps, going 1-for-5 for 5 yards, and was injured and sidelined by P.J.

We watched as Walker led his team to a 39-38 decision.Cleveland officially ruled Watson out Wednesday after his pitching arm suffered a so-called “microtear” sprain/tear in his right shoulder in Week 8 against the Seattle Seahawks.

Watson said Thursday that he will take the throws “one at a time” this week, adding, “You have to take the steps, not the jumps.”

He confirmed that surgery is not an option either.The 28-year-old also strongly denied rumors that he did not want to play.

Watson is 66-107 (61.7 completion percentage) for 683 passing yards, four touchdowns and three interceptions, good for an 80.9 passer rating through four games.

He added 15 carries for 83 yards and a score on the ground.

Walker is 33-66 for 370 passing yards in two games, including one start, with no touchdowns and three interceptions (48.2 quarterback rating), while Dorian Thompson-Robinson is 19-for-36 for 121 yards pass.

they were missing Barrier (Teacher Evaluation 25.3).

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