Grant Delpit, Jedrick Wills leave Browns practice early with injuries

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Wednesday’s joint practice session with the New York Giants saw two prominent second-year Browns leave the field with injuries.

Left tackle Jedrick Wills and safety Grant Delpit, the Browns’ top two picks in the 2020 NFL draft, each left practice early on Wednesday. Wills limped off with an apparent leg injury, while Delpit aggravated the hamstring injury he’s been battling throughout training camp. Delpit left after the team drill portion of practice.

The extent of the injuries is unknown at this point, but it would be surprising to see either Wills or Delpit play in the preseason matchup with the Giants on Sunday afternoon. They each sat out the opener against Jacksonville, too.

On the positive side, rookie wide receiver Anthony Schwartz did participate in team drills. He had been idled with a hamstring injury.

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