CLEVELAND — Cleveland Browns right tackle Jack Conklin has been placed on injured reserve, officially ending his season.
Conklin injured his knee during the first quarter of the Baltimore Ravens game.
He was making his return from injury after having been sidelined for three weeks with a dislocated elbow sustained in the Halloween game against the Pittsburgh Steelers. He was placed on the injured reserve list on Nov. 6 and was activated from the list on Saturday.
On Monday, Browns coach Kevin Stefanski said he was sick about losing Conklin.
The Browns signed Conklin to a three-year, $42 million free-agent deal before last season.
According to NFL rules, if a player is placed on injured reserve for a second time in a season, they are officially out for the remainder of the season.
The Browns also signed guard Hjalte Froholdt and defensive end Joe Jackson to their practice squad.
Running back Brian Hill was released from the team's practice squad.