CLEVELAND — Cleveland Browns safety Ronnie Harrison will not return to the Jacksonville Jaguars game after injuring his shoulder during the first play of the game.
The Browns secondary was already thin for today's game after several players were out due to being placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list or ruled out due to injury.
Harrison, who was cleared to play after sustaining a knee injury the week before, had said leading up to Sunday's game that he was looking forward to facing his former team and had this game circled on his calendar.
“I knew I was still going to try to come back for this game. I already circled this one on the calendar. I am very excited. This is a great opportunity to show what I have with my new team,” Harrison said prior to Sunday's game. “Just trying to keep it the next game. Not trying to make too much of it and not get too emotional with it.”
After the game, head coach Kevin Stefanski said that Harrison will have an MRI on his shoulder to determine the severity of the injury.
Harrison took to Twitter to express his gratitude to Browns fans for their support.
Never better, I can’t say how blessed I am to be apart of this organization and this culture change! Thank you #DawgPound for accepting me with open arms and making this transition smooth.. you guys don’t know how much of a diff it makes... keep going #1-0 💙💯🙏🏿 https://t.co/KhxfEv598o— Ronnie Harrison II (@Rharr_15) November 29, 2020