RB Nick Chubb eliminated for Browns; great deals of gamers doubtful in Week 6

The Cleveland Browns will lack probably their crucial offending gamer Sunday afternoon when they handle the Arizona Cardinals Running back Nick Chubb(calf) has actually been eliminated of the video game after missing out on practice all week.

He is among 2 gamers eliminated on the last injury report of the week.

He and linebacker Malcolm Smith(abdominal area) will not bet the Cardinals.

However, there are 10 gamers noted as doubtful for the video game.

Tackles Jack Conklin(knee) and Jedrick Wills (ankle) did not practice Friday. Conklin did not practice all week and Wills was restricted Wednesday prior to missing out on 2 days in a row. They would appear like the least most likely of the group to play.

Starting center J.C. Tretter (knee) remained Wednesday and Thursday however was restricted on Friday. He most likely will try. Running back Kareem Hunt is likewise doubtful with wrist and knee injuries. Without Chubb, he will need to difficult it out. He was not able to practice Wednesday or Thursday however got restricted work Friday.

The remainder of the gamers noted as doubtful all were restricted a minimum of Thursday and Friday.

Ruled out:

  • RB Nick Chubb (calf)

  • Pound Malcolm Smith (abdominal areas)


  • T Jack Conklin (knee)

  • C J.C. Tretter (knee)

  • T Jedrick Wills Jr. (ankle)

  • RB Kareem Hunt (wrist, knee)

  • DE Jadeveon Clowney (elbow, knee)

  • DE Myles Garrett (knee, ankle)

  • DE Tak McKinley (ankle, knee)

  • CB A.J. Green (shoulder, knee)

  • CB Greg Newsome II (calf)

  • CB Denzel Ward (neck)


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