Browns cornerback Joe Haden (ribs/finger) missed Sunday's game against the Chargers due to a broken finger, the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram reports.
Despite being listed as probable, Haden was inactive for Sunday's game. His broken finger is apparently the larger concern out of the two injuries, and he should have a shot to make it back for Week 5 against the Ravens.
Browns running back Robert Turbin (ankle) saw limited action during individual drills at Thursday's practice, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.
Coach Mike Pettine indicated Turbin is still a couple of weeks away from a return to action, as the running back continues to bounce back slowly from the high ankle sprain he sustained as a member of the Seahawks.
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).
Browns coach Mike Pettine said the team plans to have cornerback Ifo Ekpre-Olomu, their seventh-round pick, sit out the 2015 season as the player recovers from a serious knee injury he suffered at the end of his college career, per Cleveland.com.
The battered Browns list three injured players on their inactive list for their Sunday game at Carolina, including Pro Bowl cornerback Joe Haden (shoulder). Also hurt and out are fellow corner K'Waun Williams (hamstring) and tight end Gary Barnidge (rib).
Ravens coach John Harbaugh said wide receiver Breshad Perriman (knee) did not sustain a new injury before the team's Week 3 game against the Bengals, according to NFL Network.
"It's just a slow-healing deal," Harbaugh said Monday. "He's had probably one of the all-time slowest healing sprained PCLs ever. That's nothing against him. It's just the way it is. It's tough. It's one-in-some number, whatever Dr. [James] Andrews said it was."
Perriman appeared to re-injure his knee during Week 3 pregame warmups, but Harbaugh said the incident wasn't the reason the rookie needed surgery. Either way, Perriman is out indefinitely after undergoing a knee scope and getting a stem-cell injection.