Kindred has broken his ankle and will be placed on the NFI list as a result.
Kindred apparently suffered the ankle injury while training during the bye week, which will ultimately end the fourth-rounder's rookie season. Ibraheim Campbell will likely fill in as the Browns' starting strong safety during Kindred's absence.
Kindred missed practice Monday due to a foot injury, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.
The rookie tallied two tackles in Sunday's loss to the Giants, and apparently also came away with an injured foot. His absence from practice Monday is concerning, so his status will need to be monitored throughout the week. If he is forced to miss any time, Ed Reynolds figures to play a larger role providing depth at safety.
The details surrounding his injury are clouded at this point. Starting SS Ibraheim Campbell likely won't leave the field for the rest of the game unless Kindred manages to return.
The Cleveland Browns selected Derrick Kindred in the fourth round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 132nd overall.
Kindred (5-foot-10, 207 pounds) was a leading contributor on a tough TCU defense the last two years, and he tested above the average at the Combine by running a 4.50-second 40-yard dash and adding 37.5-inch vertical and 123-inch broad jumps. In a thin Cleveland safety rotation, Kindred could push for a starting role early on as a rookie.