Cleveland Browns Must Rely on Peyton “Incredible Hulk” Hillis, Due to Injuries

September 26, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Cleveland Browns face the Baltimore Ravens in Baltimore this Sunday in Week 3 of the 2010 NFL season.
Also facing the Browns on this game day are a bevy of injuries that seem to be mounting.
First, there was word that both starting running back Jerome Harrison and starting wide receiver Brian Robiskie were injured early in the week and not practicing.
Harrison's injury has led to running back James Davis receiving more reps at along with Josh Cribbs getting more reps as the starter opposite of Mohamed Massaquoi.
Now Robiskie is out for the game and Cribbs "tweaked" his ankle due to increased reps and he was initially considered probable, but has now been downgraded to questionable.
With receivers starting to drop, the Browns went out and signed former New England Patriot receiver Sam Aiken, but he will not be ready to take the field for at least another week while he learns the system.
Then, rookie reciever Carlton Mitchell, who was possibly going to g...

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