Browns rookie removed from training ground
The unfortunate injury bug hits the Cleveland Browns early in training camp at a position where they can’t afford to be skinny. On Saturday, rookie Isaiah Weston was ejected from the training ground with an injury. At this time, the severity of the injury is unknown.
Rookie rookie David Bell is already missing time with a foot injury, and Anthony Schwartz is day to day with a twisted knee.
Weston was not drafted to northern Iowa, but was coveted as an undrafted free agent. If he hadn’t already been 25, Weston surely would have been drafted. As a fifth-year senior in 2021, Weston recorded 883 receiving yards and five touchdowns.
There was a chance that Weston could make the roster as an undrafted free agent, a player who would likely be difficult to fit into the practice squad. Hopefully this injury isn’t serious for Weston to have that chance.
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With injuries piling up early in training camp, the Browns may have to consider adding another player to the position. If either Donovan Peoples-Jones or Amari Cooper runs out of time, the Browns would be in trouble.
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