The Cleveland team has also signed fullback Johnny Stanton and defensive end Joe Jackson to the active roster from the practice squad.
CLEVELAND – The Cleveland browns have placed the versatile offensive lineman Chris hubbard, safety MJ Stewart and fullback Andy janovich on the injured reserve list.
Cleveland was decimated by injuries in Sunday’s 47-42 loss to Los Angeles Chargers. However, up to this point, Browns (3-2) They won’t be missing key players for the long haul. They receive the Arizona cardinals (5-0) next Sunday.
Stewart and Janovich suffered hamstring injuries in front of the Chargers, while Hubbard He recently underwent season-ending triceps surgery.
According to the rules of the NFL, Janovich and Stewart they must be out for at least three games.
On Monday, the head coach Kevin Stefanski said he was waiting for MRI results from several players, including the starting right tackle Jack Conklin (knee) and cornerbacks Denzel Ward (neck) and Greedy williams (shoulder).
It is not yet known if any of those headlines will be lost in significant time.
The lost of Hubbard impairs the depth of Cleveland, given that the 30-year-old lineman can play guard or tackle. What’s more, Hubbard is one of the most beloved players on the team, and Stefanski she noted that she hopes to have him around during her recovery.
Hubbard suffered the injury last September 12, on the opening day, against the Kansas city chiefs. He tried to go back before deciding on surgery.
The Browns They have also signed the fullback Johnny stanton and to the defensive end Joe jackson to the active squad from the practice squad.