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Undrafted rookie free agent Darius Eubanks will start at linebacker for the Cleveland Browns on Sunday against Jacksonville in the wake of the team’s latest injury report on Friday.
In that report, the Browns announced that linebacker Tank Carder is out and the man he initially replaced, Craig Robertson, is doubtful for the contest. Carder has been nursing a strained shoulder suffered during Sunday’s Steelers game. Robertson has been dealing with a knee sprain issue for the last two weeks and missed last week’s game.
With the banged up linebackers, Eubanks will make the first start of his career. A 22-year-old out of Georgia Southern, he’s appeared in four games already for the Browns. He finished with four tackles in relief of Carder on Sunday.
Eubanks was signed off Minnesota’s practice squad late in the offseason. He then was promoted from the practice squad in late October and has been elevated all the way up to starting linebacker. Coach Rob Chudzinski and others have praised his preparation so far.
Other notes from the injury report: quarterback Jason Campbell is officially out, while defensive lineman Armonty Bryant and tight end MarQueis Gray are questionable.
[Related: Cleveland Browns Film Room: What happened to our OLBs?]
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Browns rookie Darius Eubanks is making his first career start at inside linebacker against Jacksonville.
Eubanks is in the lineup because Craig Robertson (knee) and Tank Carder (shoulder) are both sidelined with injuries Sunday. Eubanks came in last week after Carder was hurt in the first half against Pittsburgh.
With Browns quarterback Jason Campbell out with a concussion, Brandon...
Cleveland Browns QB Brandon Weeden's days with the team are winding down, but his frustration is soaring. In what has been a disastrous season for him, social media hasn't been too kind to Weeden either. He's shut down his twitter account, and he says he doesn't need advice from '5-year-old kids.'
OUT: RB Justin Forsett - Foot; WR Stephen Burton - ConcussionPROBABLE: WR Cecil Shorts - Groin; DT Roy Miller - Shoulder; DE Andre Branch - Knee; LB Geno Hayes - Knee; LB James Thomas - Ankle; CB Will Blackmon - Shoulder; S Winston Guy - ShoulderQUESTIONABLE: WR Mike Brown - Shoulder
OUT: QB Jason Campbell - Concussion...
Browns CB Joe Haden shut down Jacksonville receiver Cecil Shorts for most of the day in Week 13, but Shorts beat him with a double move for a 20-yard game-winning TD with 40 seconds left in the game.Fantasy Spin:For some reason, Haden bit on the first move even though a short catch would have been beneficial to Cleveland at that point. Shorts saw 11 targets and caught six for 64...
The Cleveland Browns dropped to 4-8 with a loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday, they also may have lost yet another quarterback.
Brandon Weeden suffered a concussion in Week 13.
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Among the other bad and/or bizarre news coming at us this holiday season from all sides, from injuries to the offensive line to coaches playing defense, we have another fine against a Steeler for a non-call two freaking weeks ago.
Steelers nickelback William Gay will be fined over $15,000 for a hit on Jason Campbell that knocked the Browns quarterback out of the game. Two...
The Cleveland Browns host the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday. Who is in? Who is out? Find out, in your Cleveland Browns Week 13 injury report.
The Browns have two players listed as out; quarterback Jason Campbell (concussion) did not participate all week and linebacker Tank Carder (shoulder) did not participate all week.
Linebacker Craig Robertson (knee) is listed as doubtful...
Josh Gordon‘s legend just continues to grow.
One week after he erupted for 14 catches and 237 yards against the Steelers, the second-year receiver decided to do himself one better. Gordon prompted an offensive outburst from the Browns on Sunday, torching the Jaguars’ defense to the tune of 10 catches, 261 yards and two touchdowns. With the effort, Gordon became the first player...
Browns receiver Josh Gordon went to the locker room in the third quarter Sunday against Jacksonville due to a head injury.Fantasy Spin:Gordon caught seven passes for 149 yards and a touchdown prior to exiting. He has absolutely exploded over the last three games and would be a huge loss for fantasy owners heading into the playoffs.
In Sunday’s game against the Browns, Steelers CB William Gay wasn’t penalized by refs for a blow to head to Browns QB Jason Campbell. NBC Sports is now reporting that the league office has gone ahead and fined Gay $15,750 for the hit.
Campbell got a concussion because of the hit and can’t play in the Brown’s Sunday matchup against the Jaguars.
If there was any question about the speed of Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon it was answered on Sunday.
The 22-year-old Gordon burned the defense of the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Gordon finished the day with 10 catches for 261 yards and two touchdowns but in the end it was the Jaguars celebrating with a 32-28 win.
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After allowing criticism from fans and the media get to him last season, Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden says he doesn’t pay any attention to it now.
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