Harris (knee) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday.
Harris could return for the Super Bowl if the Browns make it. The 22-year-old's absence will affect the depth on Cleveland's offensive line, specifically at the center and guard positions.
Harris (knee) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Steelers, Andrew Gribble of the Browns' official site reports.
The 32-year-old started at right guard against the Jets last week but picked up the ankle injury and won't be available Week 17. The Browns will need to secure a spot in the playoffs for Harris to have a chance of retaking the field this season.
Coach Kevin Stefanski said Monday that Harris (knee) is day-to-day, Tom Withers of the Associated Press reports.
Harris started at right guard in Sunday's loss to the Jets and played every game. A knee injury has surfaced following the contest, and he'll be monitored closely throughout the week. Harris' status will be less of an issue if Wyatt Teller (ankle) returns to the lineup for the must-win game against the Steelers in Week 17.
Harris is expected to start at right guard Week 16 against the Jets, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.
Harris stepped up when the Browns lost Chris Hubbard to a knee injury on the second play of Week 15's win over the Giants. Hubbard, who was replacing the injured Wyatt Teller (ankle), will undergo season-ending knee surgery according to a source, while head coach Kevin Stefanski said Teller was unlikely to play against the Jets. With Harris in the lineup, the ground game was not as effective, but he was part of an offensive line that limited the defense to one sack and one quarterback hit.
Harris (knee) is active for Sunday's game versus the Titans, Andrew Gribble of the Browns' official site reports.
Harris will back up JC Tretter at center moving forward. The rookie fifth-round pick has played just one snap on offense this year.
Harris (ankle) is inactive for Cleveland's Week 12 matchup against Jacksonville, Andrew Gribble of the Browns' official site reports.
Harris carried no injury designation as of Thanksgiving, but he popped up on the injury report Friday with an ankle issue. The fifth-round rookie was, at least, able to field a limited workload during that practice, but he seemingly has not shown enough to the team training staff to be activated for Week 12. Cleveland will have to search elsewhere for a backup center if JC Tretter is forced to exit the game.
Harris (illness) is active Week 4 against the Cowboys.
Harris fell ill and missed Friday's practice, but should be available in a reserve capacity, serving again as the primary backup to JC Tretter.
Harris (illness) didn't participate in Friday's practice and is questionable for Sunday's game versus the Cowboys, Scott Petrak of the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram reports.
There's no indication that this is COVID-19 related, so he'll suit up Sunday as the primary backup to JC Tretter if he's healthy.
Harris has been practicing with the first-team offense since the beginning of camp when starting center JC Tretter had a minor knee procedure, Andrew Gribble of the Browns' official site reports.
Tretter hasn't been ruled out for Week 1 against the Ravens, so Harris is not a lock to start when Sept. 13 rolls around. Offensive line coach Bill Callahan likes Harris' development thus far in terms of the communication that goes on between the members of the line. "So far, we are really pleased, but until you get him matched up against teams like Baltimore and obviously Cincinnati, you just do not know. He has just come in there with a really good confidence about himself and nice poise, and that is refreshing for a young player," said the coach. The Browns may be in the unenviable position of starting two rookies on the line: Harris and 10th-overall draft pick Jedrick Wills, who is ticketed for left tackle. That could hurt the rushing attack of Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt.
Harris signed a four-year contract with the Browns on Friday, Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.
Harris, the Browns' fifth-round draft pick in 2020, will be groomed as the eventual replacement for center JC Tretter. More immediately, Harris will have the chance to compete at right guard, where Wyatt Teller is the expected starter.