Andrew Hawkins (concussion) finished the year with 27 catches for 276 yards. He missed eight games after sustaining multiple concussions.
Hawkins saw three or more targets in each of the team's first seven games before sustaining his first concussion. The slot receiver then sat the next two contests before returning for his best game of the year Week 10 against Pittsburgh, where he caught seven passes for 69 yards before sustaining yet another concussion. He'll presumably be cleared from concussion protocol for the start of the 2016 season, where Hawkins will remain under contract with the organization. The veteran will compete to earn back a starting job as a slot receiver next year.
The Cleveland Browns placed Andrew Hawkins (concussion) on injured reserve Wednesday.
Hawkins has been sidelined since suffering his second concussion of the season Nov. 15, and the Browns ultimately decided to place him on injured reserve, which ends his season. Hawkins started all eight games he played in this year and is not due a hefty salary in 2016, so chances are he remains with the Browns next season.
Andrew Hawkins (concussion) won't play Sunday against the Seahawks, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.
The Cleveland Browns have not shut Hawkins down for the season at this stage, which suggests that the team is holding out some hope that wideout could returmn to the field in either Week 16 or 17.
Andrew Hawkins (concussion) did not practice Thursday, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.
While the Cleveland Browns have not shut Hawkins down for the season at this time, he's still looking very unlikely to play Sunday against the Seahawks.
Andrew Hawkins (concussion) did not practice Wednesday.
Hawkins remains in NFL's concussion protocol, which makes his status for Sunday's game against the Seahawks, iffy at best.
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