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Browns announce inactives for game against Buccaneers

DT Perrion Winfrey active
Tommy Togiai
Posted at 11:51 AM, Nov 27, 2022
and last updated 2022-11-27 11:51:59-05

CLEVELAND — The Cleveland Browns are set to take on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Sunday afternoon inside FirstEnergy Stadium, but they'll do so with some players on the sidelines.

Here are the Browns inactives for Sunday's game:

  • QB Kellen Mond
  • WR Michael Woods II
  • CB Greg Newsome II
  • RB Demetric Felton Jr.
  • DE Chase Winovich
  • DT Tommy Togiai

Newsome was ruled out of the game on Friday, remaining in concussion protocols after missing last week's game as well. Newsome suffered a concussion last Friday ahead of the Bills game, colliding with a teammate during a full-speed portion of practice.

Not among the inactives, defensive tackle Perrion Winfrey. Winfrey has been sidelined for several weeks, a surprise inactive against the Dolphins before missing some practice with a head injury. It was later announced Winfrey had been in concussion protocols, which he was cleared from this week.

As for the Buccaneers, running back Leonard Fournette was listed as doubtful on Friday and was later ruled out for the game. Wide receiver Russell Gage and guard Luke Goedeke were also ruled out for Tampa Bay ahead of the game. Defensive tackle Vita Vea was listed as questionable on Friday, but was cleared to play Sunday morning.

Here are the Buccaneeers inactives for Sunday's game:

  • RB Leonard Fournette
  • WR Russell Gage
  • G Luke Goedeke
  • TE Kyle Rudolph
  • QB Kyle Trask
  • S Nolan Turner

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