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BEREA No. 98 will be a sight for sore eyes come Sundaysthat is, as soon as Pat Shurmur gives him the go ahead.
Phil Taylor could make his 2012 debut this week against the Chargers after missing the first seven games on the Physically Unable to Perform (PUP) list with a torn pectoral injury. However, its more than likely it will take at least a week of him practicing before the decision will be made to activate him.
Shurmur was asked if theres a chance that Taylor would play against the Chargers.
(Its) very low, he said. Hes got to get out there and start doing his thing.
Taylor said he was glad to be back, but knows it will take a little time.
It felt good to knock the cob webs out, he said after his first practice. Im just taking it day to day.
After the Browns host the Chargers this week, they host the Ravens the following week before they have a bye in their schedule.
Taylor needs to get back into getting physical and how long that takes is not known. He said hes been able to li...
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