Harris (shoulder) is inactive Week 14 against the Bengals.
It would have been an attractive matchup for Harris against Cincinnati, but he'll ultimately take a seat after working in practice as a limited participant all week. Harris will effectively give way to David Njoku, who was activated off IR Saturday and will draw the start in the divisional matchup.
Harris (shoulder) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Bengals, Jake Trotter of ESPN.com reports.
Harris' practice reps were capped throughout the week on account of the shoulder issue, so the Browns will presumably check back on his condition early Sunday before determining whether he's fit to suit up. Even if Harris gets the green light to play, he won't necessarily be in store to lead the Cleveland tight ends in snaps, as the Browns appear prepared to bring back top option David Njoku (wrist) from injured reserve prior to the contest.
Harris was limited in Wednesday's practice due to a shoulder injury, Mary Kay Cabot of The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.
Harris appears to have picked up a shoulder issue in the Week 13 loss to the Steelers, during which he caught one of four targets for 23 yards. Though Harris has served as the leading target in Cleveland's tight-end corps in recent weeks, he could soon be relegated to a depth role with David Njoku (wrist) nearing a return, according to Andrew Gribble of the Browns' official site.
Harris caught one of four targets for 23 yards in Sunday's 20-13 loss to the Steelers in Week 13.
Harris was once against the leading target among Cleveland tight ends while also leading the position group with 43 snaps. Two of his targets were inside the red zone, and he had his hands on one of those balls but lost the handle when hitting the ground. David Njoku (wrist) has practiced the last two weeks and could return for Week 14 against Cincinnati. Whenever Njoku returns, he is expected to become the leading option among the position group.
Harris caught both his targets for 20 yards in Sunday's 41-24 win over the Dolphins.
The Browns' offense was cooking, rolling up 327 receiving yards, but most of that went to wide receivers and running backs. Tight ends were targeted just four times, as quarterback Baker Mayfield was finally on the same page with wideouts Jarvis Landry (148 yards, two TDs) and Odell Beckham (84 yards, one TD). If David Njoku (wrist) returns in Week 13 against the Steelers, expect Harris, Ricky Seals-Jones (one target, zero catches) and Stephen Carlson (one target, one catch) to be further marginalized in the passing game.
Harris caught both of his targets for 28 yards in Sunday's 19-16 win over the Bills in Week 10.
The Browns remain depleted at tight end. David Njoku (wrist) is on injured reserve until Week 12 at the earliest, while Ricky Seals-Jones (knee) was inactive and Pharaoh Brown was just getting over a concussion. Those two targets to Harris were the only balls thrown toward Cleveland tight ends during the win, but they were a normal workload for him -- he's seen multiple targets in three straight games, but no more than four.
Harris caught three of four targets for 25 yards in Sunday's 24-19 loss to the Broncos.
Harris became the Browns' lead tight end after Ricky Seals-Jones (knee) departed the game in the second quarter. Cleveland tight ends haven't been used very much since David Njoku (wrist) was sidelined Week 2. Seals-Jones had emerged as the leading target at tight end, but the Browns' passing attack flows primarily through the wideouts.
Harris caught two of three targets for 33 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 27-13 loss to the Patriots.
The yards and targets were actually season highs for the tight end, and he scored the Browns' only TD of the game in the second quarter -- his second score of the year. Harris remains behind Ricky Seals-Jones on the official depth chart, but the duo seem to be rotating as the subject of Baker Mayfield's attention from game to game.
Harris was not targeted in Sunday's 32-28 loss to the Seahawks.
Harris played just 19 of a possible 69 snaps Week 6, while Ricky Seals-Jones played 47 snaps and Pharaoh Brown played 23. It appears as though Harris has been surpassed on Cleveland's depth chart, making him a long shot red-zone target at best for fantasy purposes.
Harris caught one of two targets for zero yards in Monday's 31-3 loss to the 49ers in Week 5.
Harris was once again the Browns' snap-count leader at tight end, getting on the field for 27 snaps compared to Pharaoh Brown (19) and Ricky Seals-Jones (15). With David Njoku (wrist) unavailable, Cleveland's tight ends have become a distant afterthought, combining for just 11 percent of the team's targets since Njoku went down in Week 1. Harris has three catches (six targets) and a touchdown through the first five games.
Harris caught one of two targets for two yards and scored a touchdown in Sunday's 20-13 loss to the Rams in Week 3.
Harris has moved up the depth chart in the wake of David Njoku's wrist injury, which will keep him out until Week 12 at the least. He played 90 percent of the offensive snaps (65 of 72) and will be the beneficiary of Njoku's absence as long as he stays healthy. The downside is that he's been targeted just three times over 132 snaps, although both of Sunday's targets did come in the red zone.
Harris is expected to be the Browns' primary tight end after the placement of David Njoku (wrist) on injured reserve, Andrew Gribble of the team's official site reports.
In the aftermath of his awkward fall during Monday's win against the Jets, Njoku was diagnosed with both a concussion and broken wrist. With a lengthy absence on tap, he'll yield the top spot on the TE depth chart to Harris, who turned 78 percent of the offensive snaps in that game into one catch (on one target) for four yards. Harris' time in Kansas City likely is more indicative of his ability, as he averaged 10.6 YPC and scored six touchdowns on 107 targets. Behind Harris, the Browns also roster Pharaoh Brown and Ricky Seals-Jones.
Harris may have an opportunity for increased targets with David Njoku nursing a broken wrist, Mary Kay Cabot of Cleveland.com reports.
Harris saw increased work during Monday's win over the Jets after Njoku left the game due to injuries, playing 54 snaps (78 percent). He played only 13 snaps (18 percent) Week 1. With Njoku expected to miss at least a month -- possibly more should he need to undergo surgery -- Harris could be worth fantasy consideration in tight-end-premium formats. Pharaoh Brown and Ricky Seals-Jones could also see increased snaps as long as Njoku is unable to go.
Harris caught his lone target for four yards in Monday's 23-3 win over the Jets in Week 2.
Harris was the primary fill-in for playing time after David Njoku left the game with a possible concussion. After playing just 13 snaps (18 percent) in Week 1, Harris was on the field for 54 plays (78 percent) against the Jets. He had the lowest target-per-snap count of the nine players targeted in the win.
Harris (shoulder) practiced fully Thursday, Scott Petrak of the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram reports.
Harris' full participation Thursday means he's likely clear of the shoulder injury that bugged him earlier in the week. The 28-year-old practiced in an unknown capacity Tuesday as well. It remains unclear how or when Harris sustained the shoulder issue, but it seemingly wasn't very serious.
Harris (shoulder) was spotted at Tuesday's practice, Scott Petrak of the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram reports.
It's unclear to what capacity Harris is practicing Tuesday, but his participation in any fashion is a good sign for his Week 2 availability. The Browns don't play until Monday night, so the 28-year-old will have an extra day to get in more practice and recover from this shoulder issue.
Harris failed to haul in his only target in Sunday's loss to the Titans.
The second- string tight end didn't get a ton of action Sunday, logging 13 offensive snaps and 14 special-teams snaps in the contest. He also drew two offensive holding penalties on offense, which could lead to a drop in game action in the coming weeks.
Harris (concussion) suited up for Saturday's preseason action against the Colts but was unable to haul in either of his two targets.
Harris had been nursing a concussion for much of the month, but was able to return for and start Saturday's game. His return is a welcomed one considering the tight end behind him -- Seth DeValve (concussion) -- and the tight end in front of him -- David Njoku (knee) -- both failed to suit up in the game. Expect Harris to receive more action for the team's third preseason game, if both aforementioned tight ends continue to be sidelined.
Harris returned to practice Saturday after sitting out due to a concussion, Scott Petrak of the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram reports.
During the Browns' final practice of July, Harris took his time getting to his feet and hasn't practiced in the interim. The nature of the injury wasn't known until his return, but the concussion protocol does allow players to take part in portions of practice before passing the final test with an independent neurologist. Harris has a week to regain his health before the Browns' next preseason game Aug. 17 at Indianapolis, so there's a decent chance he'll be available.
Harris did not practice Thursday due to an undisclosed injury, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.
Harris was slow to get up after a play during Wednesday's practice. It's unclear whether the Browns are just being cautious with the tight end or the injury is at least somewhat serious, but Harris should be considered day-to-day for now.
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