Schobert recorded seven tackles (four solo) in Sunday's 27-19 win over the Bengals.
It was Schobert's second straight game with seven tackles. He currently has 110 on the season and has an outside shot at his career high of 144.
Schobert recorded five tackles and four passes defensed, including two interceptions, in Sunday's 41-24 win over the Dolphins in Week 12.
Coming off what may have been his best game in a Week 11 win over the Steelers, Schobert battled through a groin injury to lead a Cleveland defense that was missing starters Myles Garrett (suspension), Olivier Vernon (knee) and Larry Ogunjobi (suspension) on its defensive line. Schobert, who entered the season with two interceptions over his first three years in the league, has recorded two picks in each of the last two games. He became just the sixth linebacker in NFL history to record at least two interceptions in consecutive games. He's scheduled to become an unrestricted free agent in March 2020, though the Browns have been engaged in contract extension talks with the linebacker's agent.
Schobert (groin) is listed as active Week 12 against Miami.
Schobert showed in Week 11 why he's an elite IDP option as he recorded his fifth game with double-digit tackles on the season, in addition to two interceptions. He'll enter the matchup against Miami with 92 combined tackles, good for sixth in the NFL.
Schobert is questionable for Sunday's game against the Dolphins due to a groin injury, Mary Kay Cabot of The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.
Schobert was added to the injury report as a limited participant Thursday, but the fact that he practiced in full Friday puts him on track to play this weekend. The 26-year-old is coming off an impressive showing against the Steelers as he had 10 tackles, a sack, two tackles for loss and two interceptions.
Schobert recorded 10 tackles, one sack, two tackles for loss, two quarterback hits and two interceptions in Thursday's 21-7 win over the Steelers in Week 11.
Schobert takes a backseat in terms of hype to Cleveland's active defensive line, but he was the star Thursday. The interceptions were his first of the season, and this was his fifth double-digit tackle game of the season. He's in the final year of his contract and could become the next Brown to get locked up for additional years.
Schobert posted 11 tackles (eight solo) in Sunday's 27-13 loss to the Patriots.
This is the fourth time Schobert stacked up 10 or more tackles this year, and he ranks fourth in the league with 73 stops through seven contests. That puts him on pace to eclipse his previous career high of 144 tackles, and he remains a top-tier IDP asset as a result.
Schobert made 11 solo tackles in Monday's 31-3 loss to the 49ers.
Schobert led the Browns in tackles, and he tacked on one for a loss as well. He still hasn't missed a defensive snap this season, and he comes with a solid IDP floor with at least eight tackles in four of five games. However, the extracurricular stats come around sparingly with just one each of sacks, pass breakups and forced fumbles so far.
Schobert made 17 tackles -- two for a loss -- and a sack in Sunday's 40-25 win over Ravens.
This is Schobert's second double-digit tackle performance of the year, as he now has 44 stops through four games. He's a strong linebacker who doesn't often get sacks, so dropping Lamar Jackson was an added bonus for his fantasy owners. Schobert will look to keep it up in Week 5 versus the 49ers, who run the ball more than any team in the league (38 times per game).
Schobert finished Sunday's 20-13 loss to the Rams with six tackles (three solo) and a fumble recovery.
Schobert continues to pile up tackles in 2019 and now sits at 27 through three weeks of action. While the 25-year-old linebacker does carry noticeable upside in IDP formats, his sack numbers could stand to improve. He has yet to record a quarterback sack this season and has just six total over the past two seasons. Schobert's fumble recovery came a week after he forced a fumble in Cleveland's win over the Jets, so he's certainly making a name for himself in that department.
Schobert notched 13 tackles (10 solo) and one forced fumble during Monday's 23-3 win over the Jets.
Schobert is pacing Cleveland's defense with 21 tackles (15 solo) through two games. The fourth-year linebacker's reliability compiling tackles gives him a steady floor in IDP formats, though his upside is capped due to a scarcity of sacks. Schobert will look to keep up his momentum versus the Rams in Week 3.
Schobert made nine tackles (seven solo) in Sunday's loss to the Titans.
Schobert led the Browns in tackles in each of the last two seasons, and he's picking up right where he left off. While his IDP value is capped since he rarely notches sacks, he has a steady floor with back-to-back, 100-tackle seasons entering this campaign.
Schobert compiled 13 tackles (10 solo) during Sunday's 26-24 loss to the Ravens.
Schobert ended the 2018 campaign with 103 total tackles, good enough for second on the team. He finished just a tackle behind fellow linebacker Jamie Collins. With two consecutive seasons with 100-plus tackles, the third-year man out of Wisconsin has turned into a dominant and reliable IDP play. Schobert, along with Christian Kirksey and Jamie Collins, should once again form a formidable trio in 2019.
Schobert recorded two tackles (both solo), including a sack, and a forced fumble in Sunday's win over Cincinnati.
Schobert has had limited pass rush snaps this season, but he's posted three sacks to go along with 89 total tackles and six passes defensed, including an interception. Looking ahead, Schobert and the Browns will face off against the Ravens in Week 17.
Schobert recorded 11 tackles (two solo), including 0.5 sacks, in Sunday's loss to the Texans.
Schobert's 11 tackles made for one of his better games of the season, though a majority of them were assisted. He's been a quality player when healthy this season, posting at least seven tackles in each game he's played, save for his injury shortened Week 6. Looking ahead, Schobert and the Browns will take on the Panthers in Week 14.
Schobert accumulated seven tackles during Sunday's 28-16 win over the Falcons.
Schobert sat out the past three contests with a hamstring injury, but made his return Sunday against the Falcons. The linebacker out of Wisconsin typically is on the field for every defensive snap, though, to ease him back, the Browns had him out there for just under 70 percent of the snaps. Schobert is as a reliable IDP linebacker as there is, and he should be able to return to 100 percent usage when the Browns return from their bye week in Week 12.
Schobert (hamstring) is active Sunday against the Falcons.
Despite missing three games in a row, Schobert is the team's third-leading tackler, which shows the type of production he's capable of when on the field. He'll be instrumental in slowing down the Atlanta rushing attack lead by Tevin Coleman and Ito Smith.
Schobert (hamstring) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Falcons.
Schobert has missed three consecutive games due to a lingering hamstring injury and was a limited participant in practice all week. The third-year pro should be considered questionable for Sunday's game against the Falcons. With Christian Kirksey (hamstring) having been placed on injured reserve earlier this week, Ray-Ray Armstrong would slot into the starting lineup if Schobert is unable to suit up Week 10.
Schobert (hamstring) was a limited participant in practice Wednesday, Mary Kay Cabot of The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.
Schobert has missed each of the Browns' last three games as he continues to recover from a hamstring issue, but he took a step in the right direction Wednesday by participating in practice in some capacity. Friday's official injury report should provide more clarity regarding his chances of returning to game action Sunday against the Falcons.
Schobert (hamstring) was ruled out for Sunday's game against the Chiefs, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.
Schobert will miss his third straight game since suffering the hamstring injury Week 6 against the Chargers. The 24-year-old did not practice this week and has no official timetable for his return. Christian Kirksey should again serve as the Browns' starting middle linebacker in his absence.
Schobert (hamstring) did not practice Wednesday, Scott Petrak of the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram reports.
Schobert continues to remain sidelined due to a hamstring injury sustained in Week 6. The third-year pro should be considered questionable for Sunday's game against the Chiefs, and if Schobert is unable to suit up expect Christian Kirksey to once again serve as Cleveland's starting middle linebacker.
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