Callaway managed to bring in two passes on 10 targets for nine yards during Sunday's 38-14 loss to the Chargers. The rookie wideout has struggled with drops during his short time in the NFL, and Sunday's game was no different, highlighted by the fact he caught just 20 percent of his targets. Callaway continues to garner strong target numbers from Baker Mayfield, but until he consistently able to haul them in, his fantasy value in the majority of formats is low.
Callaway corralled three of five targets for 22 yards in Sunday's 12-9 overtime win against the Ravens. Though Callaway played 24 more offensive snaps than fellow wideout Rashard Higgins (knee), it was Higgins who had the better performance, racking up more yards and catching a touchdown. The rookie's five targets were his lowest total since Week 3, and it still doesn't seem like Callaway and Baker Mayfield are on the same page. If this trend continues, Higgins could move up on the depth chart and supplant Callaway as Cleveland's No. 2 receiver when he returns from his MCL sprain.
Callaway (knee) took part in the portion of Friday's practice open to the media, Tom Pelissero of NFL.com reports. Callaway's Week 5 status was left in question when he sat out Wednesday's practice, but head coach Hue Jackson said later that day that he expected the rookie to play Sunday versus the Ravens. Jackson's comments were seemingly validated by the fact that Callaway was able to practice both Thursday and Friday. The Browns will provide an official update on Callaway when they release their final injury report of the week later Friday,
Callaway (knee) logged a limited practice session Thursday. That's an upgrade from his Wednesday practice absence, which represents the same pattern followed by fellow receiver Jarvis Landry. We'll circle back on Callaway's status Friday, but he's headed in the right direction as Sunday's game against the Ravens approaches.
Callaway (knee) was on the field for the start of the Browns' practice Thursday, Mary Kay Cabot of The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. The Browns withheld the rookie from their first session of the week while he continued to recover from the knee issue he sustained late in Sunday's 45-42 overtime loss to the Raiders. Callaway's presence at Thursday's practice offers reassurance that he's trending in the right direction as the Week 5 matchup with the Ravens approaches, but it's unclear if he'll be able to ditch his injury designation by the time the weekend arrives. More clarity about Callaway's health will be gleaned later Thursday when Cleveland releases its practice report, which will specify the receiver's level of involvement in the session.
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