Desmond Bryant Injury: Updates on Browns DE’s Pectoral and Recovery

July 13, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Cleveland Browns defensive end Desmond Bryant reportedly suffered a torn pectoral muscle, and his status for the 2016 season could be in jeopardy. 
Continue for updates. 
Bryant Could Miss Entire Season Tuesday, July 12 According to Daryl Ruiter of Cleveland's 92.3 The Fan, multiple team sources said Bryant is "likely out for the season" after suffering the injury last week.   
Bryant appeared in 14 games last season, and he experienced a career year as he led the Browns with a career-high six sacks. 
The 30-year-old was expected to play a significant role along Cleveland's defensive line in 2016, but an extended absence will complicate things for head coach Hue Jackson's club. 
The Browns ranked 28th in the NFL last season with 29 total sacks, and their front seven is devoid of experienced and dynamic players who can wreak havoc on opposing quarterbacks. 
And now that Bryant is evidently slated to watch fr...

Read Complete Article at Bleacher Report - NFL
Article is property of BleacherReport.com

readers comments