Wilkening of NBCSports reports that Browns safety, T.J. Ward, injured his
shoulder in Sunday’s loss to the Miami Dolphins. Ward has been a starter for the club since
his arrival in 2010.
Rookie, Josh Aubrey, replaced the hard-hitting Ward. Though Ward did not play particularly well
before his departure, dropping a sure interception, anytime away with an injury
would hurt the Browns.
The 38th overall pick in the 2010 NFL draft, Ward
is a tough player who has improved every season. He hits like a sledgehammer and is considered
an up and coming player by the Browns.
The status of Ward’s injured shoulder is unknown. However, what is known is that the Browns
need to play better football in all phases of the game for a complete 60
minutes. Ward will need to be a big
contributor for this to occur.
It is now wait and see to determine if this shoulder injury
will put a damper on those plans.
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