Browns vs. Bengals final injury report: 7 Browns questionable for Week 18

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It’s likely to be a busy afternoon for the broadcast crews for Sunday’s regular season finale between the Cleveland Browns and Cincinnati Bengals. Given the questionable status of several key players and how many regulars from the first meeting will not be playing, it might be a good idea to have a roster at the ready.

The Browns did not rule any players out from the active roster due to injury, but seven players are officially designated as questionable on the team’s final injury report. That list includes cornerbacks Denzel Ward and Greedy Williams, as well as tight end David Njoku.

Players listed as questionable by the Browns coaching staff:

  • S Ronnie Harrison (ankle)

  • CB Troy Hill (knee)

  • RB Kareem Hunt (ankle)

  • S John Johnson (hamstring)

  • TE David Njoku (shoulder)

  • CB Denzel Ward (groin)

  • CB Greedy Williams (shoulder)

The list does not include Baker Mayfield. The Browns ended their starting quarterback’s season officially this week, placing Mayfield on injured reserve with his shoulder and knee issues.

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