Here come the injuries.
The Browns have been rather lucky so far in the first week of camp when it comes to injuries, but it appears that the bug may have finally hit the team. Reports say that offensive lineman Rex Hadnot suffered what may be a serious injury in the evening practice on Thursday.
Here’s the PD report on how the injury went down:
Hadnot, playing left guard with the second unit, was engaged in a block with defensive end Louis Leonard. Behind Hadnot, left tackle George Foster and linebacker David Veikune were dueling. It appeared Veikune tripped over Foster’s leg and fell on the back of Hadnot’s knee.
Hadnot can play three positions on the O-Line, which is a reason why the injury hurts all the more. He started 15 games last year at right guard in his first season with the Browns. The Browns will not comment as of yet on the injury.
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