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  • Browns' Ronnie Harrison: Stays out Thursday

    Harrison (hamstring) was ruled out for the remainder of Thursday's game against Pittsburgh, Mary Kay Cabot of The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. Harrison was unable to take the field against the Steelers after suffering a hamstring injury in pregame warmups. As a result, D'Anthony Bell appears to have stepped in as Cleveland's third safety behind Grant Delpit and John Johnson, Scott Petrak of the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram reports. Harrison's next chance to play will come Oct. 2 against the Falcons.
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  • Browns' Ronnie Harrison: On practice field Monday

    Harrison (hamstring) returned to practice Monday, Chris Easterling of the Akron Beacon Journal reports. Harrison sustained a hamstring injury during the week leading up to the preseason finale against the Bears and did not play. He and fellow secondary mate A.J. Green (hip), both were on the practice field, indicating the defense is getting healthier heading into Week 1 against Carolina.
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  • Browns' Ronnie Harrison: Dealing with hamstring

    Harrison sat out Saturday's preseason finale against the Bears due to a hamstring injury, Chris Easterling of the Akron Beacon Journal reports. Harrison missed a practice earlier this week due to the issue, so the Browns took the prudent measure of holding him back from the game. When healthy, he's expected to serve as a top backup at safety to Grant Delpit (hip) and John Johnson.
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  • Browns' Ronnie Harrison: Agrees to one-year deal

    Harrison agreed to a one-year contract with the Browns on Friday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Harrison missed the final five games of the 2021 campaign with an ankle injury, but he should be healthy heading into 2022. The Browns were expected to move on from the 24-year-old during the offseason, but he should have a prominent role in the Browns' defense this year since defensive coordinator Joe Woods likes to utilize three-safety sets. He logged 58 tackles (40 solo), a sack, an interception and three pass defenses in 12 appearances last year.
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  • Browns' Ronnie Harrison: Inactive Sunday

    Harrison (ankle) is inactive Sunday against the Bengals, Anthony Polsal of the Browns' official site reports. Harrison hasn't played since Week 12 against the Ravens and will remain out Sunday. Grant Delpit will continue to see extra opportunity in the secondary.
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  • Browns' Ronnie Harrison: Questionable for Sunday

    Harrison (ankle) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Bengals, Zac Jackson of The Athletic reports. Harrison has been sidelined since Week 12 but may be able to retake the field for the season finale. Grant Delpit should receive another start if Harrison is ultimately ruled out.
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  • Browns' Ronnie Harrison: Moves to COVID list

    Harrison (ankle) was placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list Thursday, Mary Kay Cabot of The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. Harrison was estimated as a limited participant at Wednesday's practice and is now in health and safety protocols. The 24-year-old figures to be unavailable for Saturday's matchup with the Raiders, given the quick turnaround.
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  • Browns' Ronnie Harrison: Leads team in tackles

    Harrison recorded 14 tackles (11 solo) while also intercepting a pass in the 16-10 loss to the Ravens on Sunday. Harrison tallied a season-high 14 total tackles and recorded his first interception of the season. The young safety totaled eight more tackles this week than he's had in any other game this season thanks in large part to a run-heavy game script by the Ravens. The 24-year-old has benefited immensely from the offseason addition of John Johnson, as Harrison has been allowed to play closer to the line of scrimmage, and, as a result, he's on pace to set a career high in tackles.
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  • Browns' Ronnie Harrison: Off injury report

    Harrison (head) is off the Browns' injury report ahead of Sunday's Week 5 contest against the Chargers, Mary Kay Cabot of The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. Harrison exited the Browns' Week 4 contest early after suffering a hit to his head. The safety recorded a full practice Wednesday and is expected to play in Sunday's game against the Chargers. Even if he is healthy, Harrison and the Browns' secondary will have a difficult matchup Sunday against Justin Herbert and the Chargers explosive offense.
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  • Browns' Ronnie Harrison: Concussion confirmed

    Harrison sustained a concussion during Sunday's win over the Vikings, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports. Harrison will need to fully clear the concussion protocol before returning to game action, so his status for Week 5 will need to be monitored. Grant Delpit will stand to start at safety if Harrison misses any more time.
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  • Browns' Ronnie Harrison: Won't return Sunday

    Harrison (head) won't return to Sunday's game against the Vikings, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports. Harrison was evaluated for a concussion after leaving Sunday's game in the first half. If the safety enters the concussion protocol, he'll have several steps to clear if he hopes to play against the Chargers in Week 5.
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  • Browns' Ronnie Harrison: Suffers head injury Sunday

    Harrison (head) is being evaluated for a concussion during Sunday's contest against the Vikings, Scott Petrak of the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram reports. Harrison recorded one tackle before leaving Sunday's contest in the first half. Grant Delpit will likely see increased snaps during Harrison's absence.
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  • Browns' Ronnie Harrison: Tweaks hammy

    Harrison was removed from Friday's practice after tweaking a hamstring, Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. Harrison has been working out with the first defensive unit, so the Browns could play it cautious with a potential starter over the next few days. His absence meant more reps for Richard LeCounte and Sheldrick Redwine.
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  • Browns' Ronnie Harrison: Ready for full load

    Harrison is ready for a larger snap count this week against the Chiefs, Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports Harrison had a false positive test for COVID-19 last week and missed a day of practice and a walkthrough before being activated in time for the wild-card win over the Steelers. However, he played just 11 snaps. Harrison has been the Browns' best safety when healthy.
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  • Browns' Ronnie Harrison: Activated from COVID list

    Harrison was activated from the reserve/COVID-19 list Saturday. Harrison has cleared the league's protocols just in time for Sunday's wild-card matchup against the Steelers. The safety will likely rejoin his teammates and build on his 38 tackles (24 solo).
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  • Browns' Ronnie Harrison: Activated from IR

    Harrison (shoulder) was activated from IR on Wednesday, Jake Trotter of ESPN.com reports. Harrison will rejoin his teammates on the field for Sunday's season finale against the Steelers, which the Browns need to win to secure a playoff spot without any help from outside games. The safety has suited up for nine games this season, recording 32 tackles along the way.
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  • Browns' Ronnie Harrison: Designated for return

    Harrison (shoulder) was designated for return from IR on Wednesday. Harrison is still on IR for now but will be allowed to practice with the Browns, who can put him back on the active roster anytime in the next three weeks. He was initially given a 4-6 week return timetable after hurting his shoulder in Week 12, so it's possible he returns to game action as soon as Sunday against the Jets, which would mark four weeks since the injury occurred.
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  • Browns' Ronnie Harrison: Not expected to require surgery

    Coach Kevin Stefanski said Wednesday that Harrison won't require surgery on his injured shoulder, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports. Harrison was initially handed a four- to six-week timeline after hurting his shoulder in Sunday's win over the Jaguars. The early end of that timetable would allow Harrison to return in Week 16, while the late end would put him on track for the first round of playoffs, something which is very much in play for Cleveland this year. Until Harrison returns from IR, Karl Joseph is expected to start at strong safety.
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  • Browns' Ronnie Harrison: More tests to come

    Harrison (shoulder) underwent an MRI on Monday and will undergo more tests, Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. The Browns had hoped to learn more from the MRI, but head coach Kevin Stefanski had no definitive word regarding Harrison's status for Week 13 against the Titans. He's played just seven snaps over the last two weeks due to knee and shoulder injuries.
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  • Browns' Ronnie Harrison: Leaves with shoulder injury

    Harrison exited Sunday's game against the Jaguars with a shoulder injury, Jake Trotter of ESPN.com reports. The 23-year-old entered the contest dealing with a bone bruise in his knee, but he sustained the shoulder injury on the opening play against his former team. Karl Joseph should step in at strong safety for the Browns in Harrison's absence.
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