CLEVELAND, Ohio — The 6-5 Browns head out to Baltimore on Sunday night for their first of two games vs. the Ravens in a three-week stretch. Kickoff is at 8:20 p.m. Eastern.
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The Browns’ last game was a 13-10 win at home vs. the Lions. Baltimore defeated Chicago on the road, 19-16, despite not having Lamar Jackson due to illness.
Who: Cleveland Browns (6-5) at Baltimore Ravens (7-3).
When: Sunday, Nov. 28, 2021.
Time: 8:20 p.m. Eastern.
Where: M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore (71,008).
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Latest line: Ravens -3.
Announcers: Mike Tirico, Cris Collinsworth and Kathryn Tappen.
Read some of what Dan Labbe of cleveland.com wrote about the Browns getting a key piece back for Sunday night in right tackle Jack Conklin.
Browns right tackle Jack Conklin is planning to play Sunday night when the Browns travel to Baltimore to face the Ravens. It’s a surprising development, at least if you go back to when the injury first occurred.
“Probably in the moment, yes,” head coach Kevin Stefanski said earlier this week when asked if he was surprised Conklin is back so soon from a dislocated left elbow. “Anytime you see a guy down like we did in the game, I wasn’t thinking it would be a ‘weeks’ injury like it was. Not surprised, though, when you think about Jack and the type of person and player he is. He’s as tough as they come.”
Conklin went down on a run play in the second quarter of the Browns’ loss to the Steelers on Halloween. He laid on the ground and motioned for trainers and the cart came out almost immediately even though Conklin eventually walked off.
“When you’re on the ground and your arm’s facing the opposite direction, it’s a little nerve wracking,” Conklin said on Friday.
He said it was hard to tell on film exactly how the injury occurred, he just knows it happened when he went down and was trying to brace and his elbow got kicked, causing it to pop out.
While Stefanski said the day after the Steelers game he didn’t think the injury would end Conklin’s season, certainly hearing the phrase “dislocated elbow” is disconcerting -- experiencing it in real-time, like Conklin did, even moreso.
“Definitely was worried about it and luckily it wasn’t a season-ending injury or anything like that,” Conklin said. “Never want to get hurt and be out, but happy it was short term and able to get back out here.”
Conklin, after missing just three games, was designated to return from injured reserve on Wednesday after missing just three games and Stefanski confirmed he expects Conklin and running back Kareem Hunt, who missed five games and was also designated to return this week, to be activated to the 53-man roster and play Sunday night.
Both have been on the practice field all week, including Friday when Conklin, in sub-freezing temperatures with snowflakes falling, practiced in short sleeves and shorts.
“The kid’s tough,” 25-year-old defensive end Myles Garrett said of the 27-year-old Conklin. “I shouldn’t call him a kid, he’s older than me. But when he was out here with no sleeves on, he had shorts on, he doesn’t care. If there’s not something torn or completely snapped off the bone, he’s coming out here and practicing as hard as he can.”
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