Browns wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. is active and will play through his shoulder injury Thursday night against the Broncos. Beckham was listed as questionable heading into the game after not practicing all week. He sustained the injury during the Browns' Week 6 home loss to the Cardinals.
Beckham was inactive for the season's first two games as he was still recovering from an ACL injury. In four games this season, Beckham has caught 14 of 27 targets for 203 yards.
Along with Beckham, fellow receiver Jarvis Landry is expected to see action after missing the previous four games with a knee injury. Landry was activated from injured reserve earlier in the day.
While the Browns' receiving duo is expected to play, Cleveland will be without quarterback Baker Mayfield, running back Nick Chubb, cornerback A.J. Green, defensive end Ifeadi Odenigbo, guard Hjalte Froholdt, tackle Jack Conklin and defensive tackle Tommy Togiai.
Veteran quarterback Case Keenum will start in place for Mayfield. A 10-year veteran, Keenum has a 27-35 regular-season record during stops with the Texans, Rams, Broncos, Vikings, Washington and Browns. He led Minnesota to the NFC Championship Game in 2017.
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