Final Browns injury report for Week 17: Wyatt Teller questionable, Nick Harris out

Jeff Risdon
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Already facing the loss of some players due to COVID-19, the Cleveland Browns could be in a real depth pickle in Sunday’s matchup with the Pittsburgh Steelers. Based on the week’s final injury report, the offensive guard and linebacker positions are in real peril.

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Wyatt Teller, the regular starting right guard, is questionable with his ankle injury. Teller has missed the last two games and his presence has been sorely missed.

If he can’t go, the Browns are in serious peril. With regular backup Chris Hubbard on I.R. after suffering a major knee injury, the Browns will also be without rookie Nick Harris, who started for Teller in Week 16. Harris has been ruled out for Sunday with a knee injury of his own. Michael Dunn is the only other reserve interior lineman.

At LB, Tae Davis is questionable with an ankle injury. Davis primarily plays on special teams, though he did see some action against the Jets. Sione Takitaki, who has played well of late, is also questionable with an ankle injury. Takitaki played through the injury in New York.

Also listed as questionable: reserve OT Kendall Lamm (illness). No other players carry any designation into Sunday’s game at FirstEnergy Stadium.

OddsMoney LinePoint SpreadTotal Points
Cleveland
+380+9.5O 57.5
Kansas City
-500-9.5U 57.5