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Browns backup running back Montario Hardesty has been diagnosed with a dislocated thumb injury.Fantasy Spin:The oft-injured Hardesty has fallen behind newcomer Dion Lewis who has looked good in training camp. Hardesty is likely now battling with Brandon Jackson for a roster spot as Lewis seems to be the handcuff option for starter Trent Richardson.
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On Thursday, instead of playing in Cleveland’s second preseason game against the Lions, running back Montario Hardesty will be having arthroscopic surgery on his knee.
The knee scope is the latest in a series of physical setbacks for the fourth year player from the University of Tennessee.
Hardesty was hampered with a hamstring injury during camp, and on Monday dislocated his thumb...
Montario Hardesty can't stop his unlucky run of injuries.
The Browns' running back will undergo arthroscopic knee surgery on Thursday, the latest medical setback for Hardesty, who dislocated his right thumb on Monday after missing most of training camp with a hamstring injury.
Cleveland coach Rob Chudzinski said Hardesty has been bothered by soreness in his knee for a while...
The return of Browns running back Montario Hardesty didn't last very long.
Hardesty injured his right thumb in early in practice on Monday, another setback for the fourth-year back whose roster spot is in jeopardy.
Just a few plays into his first practice since July 31, Hardesty, who has been slowed by a hamstring injury, jumped to catch a direct snap from center during 11...
Browns running back Montario Hardesty underwent arthroscopic knee surgery and will likely miss at least the first two regular-season games.
The team said Hardesty's operation ''went as expected'' on Thursday. Hardesty's football career has been slowed by knee problems. The former second-round draft pick has had the anterior cruciate ligament in both knees...
Browns running back Montario Hardesty will undergo arthroscopic knee surgery, his latest medical setback.
Cleveland coach Rob Chudzinski said Hardesty, who dislocated his right thumb in practice earlier this week, will have surgery on Thursday. Chudzinski said Hardesty has been bothered by soreness in his knee for a while. He missed the majority of training camp with a hamstring...
The NFL (Injury) Bug is a tough critter. When it bites it can latch on like a deer
tick born and raised in Lyme, Connecticut.
Unfortunately, for Cleveland Browns backup running back, Montario
Hardesty, the Bug has buried itself deep and does not want to leave.
Kay Cabot of Cleveland.com reports that Hardesty will undergo arthroscopic
surgery on his left knee on Thursday...
The good news for Montario Hardesty this week was that his injured right thumb wasn't broken but dislocated. The bad news was that he'll undergo arthroscopic surgery on his left knee Thursday and a source told cleveland.com that he'll miss the first two to three regular-season games.
It's the same knee in which Hardesty tore his anterior cruciate ligament in the...
X-rays on Browns running back Montario Hardesty's right thumb were negative meaning it's not broken a league source said today.
But the Browns are still awaiting more information today to determine the nature and extent of the injury.
Hardesty will most likely sit out Thursday night's second preseason game against the Lions but the hope is that he'll be back in...
Cleveland Browns back up running back, Montario Hardesty, injured
his right thumb Monday, reports Mike
Wilkening of NBCSports. A free agent
at season’s end, Hardesty has had a tough go at camp in 2013 as he is just
returning from a hamstring injury.
Hardesty injured his right thumb while fielding a direct
snap from second-string center Jarrod Shaw.
Shaw’s snap sailed high...
Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports that Browns RB Montario Hardesty will undergo a knee scope Thursday.
Hardesty is expected to be out indefinitely.
The knee scope could cost Hardesty at least four weeks, according to the report.
“His knee’s been nagging him for a little bit,” said HC Rob Chudzinski. “This is unrelated to the hamstring tendon that...