T J Ward hand surgery Well Browns safety T.J. Ward end up being a giant disappointment to the Cleveland Browns? Ward who hard surgery to his hand will miss some time, this is the last thing the Browns already weakened secondary needed secondary due to the Joe Haden suspension. The Browns will face the New York Giants on Sunday and they will be exposed to the passing game of one Eli Manning without the hard-hitting Ward in the line-up.

The Browns expect others to step up and play big in a game that will obviously feature the pass. The question now becomes how must time will Ward miss for the Browns, last season Ward missed a considerable amount of time as he spent mush of his season on the injured reserve with a foot injury.If the Browns are going to compete with the Giants Sunday, they are going to have to do it with a patched together secondary.

They will get Joe Haden back in the following week, they still could use a guy with Ward’s talent and there no telling how long he will be out. The good news is another player had the same kind of surgery to his hand and missed just a couple of weeks. The bad news is the Browns are already 0-4 and they need all the help they can get to face off with a team like the New York Giants. The Browns bad luck seems to be exposing itself once again.

To make matters worse, Browns linebacker Scott Fujita is still waiting to see what  kind of punishment NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell will pass down. The decision is do to come down any day, Goodell said by mid-week. The question is if he will suspend Fujita again and just when will that suspension start and how many games. Goodell’s decision does have to be approved by the courts. Hopefully that will prolong the issue and Fujita will play against the Giants this weekend.

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Readers Comments (3)

  1. muttklingon

    well another lost for Browns on sunday?. giants 54 browns 10 lost 5?

  2. David

    Hindsight being 20/20, I wonder if Holmgren and Squirmer are regretting trading David Sims off to Philly now that we’ve lost TJ with Haden being out. I doubt it, they are stupid. This season is a complete wash and we are going to be rebuilding again. Haslam can’t take over soon enough.

    • LG

      You are right trading David Sims was a huge mistake. That guy had a nose for the football….


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