As Weeden walked with team trainers to the locker room, backup Colt McCoy entered the game and proceeded to take a sack by rookie Derek Wolfe on his first play under center, forcing Cleveland to punt.
With the Browns losing 21-6 at the time and with Weeden completing a pedestrian 12 of 19 for 104 yards, Miller came off the right side of the line unimpeded and unblocked, and he sacked Weeden for a 9-yard loss.
Weeden was originally announced as questionable to return, but he was eventually downgraded.
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