Bryant had two solo tackles and one assisted tackle, including a sack and a stuff in Sunday's loss to the Cardinals. Bryant has 15 total tackles on the season, along with two sacks and four stuffs. He may not be taking the league by storm, but he is a reliable and solid player on a struggling Browns team.
Bryant (shoulder) is active Sunday against the Broncos. Bryant was able to log 29 snaps Week 5 against Baltimore after sitting out back-to-back weeks, so he was fully expected to play in Week 6's home matchup against Denver. He should see plenty of work as a defensive end, but there are likely much safer IDP options out there.
Bryant (shoulder) is active for Sunday's matchup against the Ravens. Bryant has sat out back-to-back weeks, but will return to the field Sunday in what will presumably be a starting defensive end role. The seven-year pro has logged just four combined tackles so far this season.
Browns defensive end Desmond Bryant (shoulder) is inactive Sunday with his former teammates from Oakland in town. His absence will adversely affect the Cleveland pass rush depth, and could bump John Hughes into a starting role. Rookie Xavier Cooper is also expected to be involved in the defensive scheme and might even start.
Four key Browns defenders deemed questionable for the Sunday game in Baltimore are ready to roll. Included are cornerbacks Joe Haden (shoulder) and K'Waun Williams (hamstring). The others are end Desmond Bryant (thumb) and linebacker Jabaal Sheard (foot).