Ward (concussion) was ruled out for Sunday's game against the Ravens, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports. Ward will have missed three of the season's final four games while dealing with a pair of concussions. The 21-year-old will finish his rookie season with 53 tackles (41 solo), three interception and a forced fumble in 13 games. Terrence Mitchell and Phillip Gaines should see increased snaps at cornerback in his absence.
Ward (concussion) didn't participate in Wednesday's practice, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports. Ward missed two weeks with a concussion before returning in Week 16 versus the Bengals, and he suffered another concussion in that contest. Nevertheless, interim coach Gregg Williams said Ward is in better shape after this concussion than the first one. Still, the Browns aren't in the playoffs so playing Ward could risk further complications.
Interim coach Gregg Williams said Ward is "much better this time around" following his second concussion of December, Andrew Gribble of the Browns' official site reports. Ward missed two games after his first concussion, but the team is hopeful to have him back for the season finale against the Ravens in Week 17. The Browns are eliminated from the playoffs and don't have much reason to push Ward to play if he's not 100 percent ready. Despite that, Ward should be considered questionable with a decent chance to see the field versus Baltimore.
Ward sustained a concussion during Sunday's 26-18 win over the Bengals, Scott Petrak of the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram reports. Ward suffered a concussion two weeks ago and now re-enters the league-mandated concussion protocol. The nature of such injuries could warrant the Browns to shut down the rookie first-round pick for their last game of the season versus the Ravens on Sunday, in which case Terrance Mitchell would slot into the starting lineup.
Ward is being evaluated for a potential concussion, Scott Petrak of the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram reports. Ward suffered his first concussion two weeks ago, which raises some concern. The Browns' first-round pick will have to pass through the league's concussion protocol before he can return to game action. The development is something to keep an eye on over the next several days. For now, Terrance Mitchell will slide into the open corner slot opposite of TJ Carrie.