The Cleveland Browns and Arizona Cardinals will face off in Week 6 at First Energy Stadium. The undefeated Cardinals travel to face the 3 – 2 Browns in a game of former teammates and Heisman Trophy-winning quarterbacks from Oklahoma.
Cleveland has been struggling with a variety of injury issues the last few weeks including ruling RB Nick Chubb out for this week.
The Browns will have 10 players listed as questionable for the game:
- Jadeveon Clowney – Knee/elbow
- Jack Conklin – Knee
- Myles Garrett – Knee/ankle
- A.J. Green – Shoulder/knee
- Kareem Hunt – Wrist/knee
- Takk McKinley – Knee/ankle
- Greg Newsome II – Calf
- JC Tretter – Knee
- Denzel Ward – Neck
- Jedrick Wills – Ankle
Only Wills and Conklin did not practice on Friday from that group. Wills, Clowney and Newsome did not play last week while Conklin and Ward left the game early.
Jarvis Landry was designated to return from injured reserve on Friday but has not been activated. The team could activate him still for Week 6 but that is not certain.
The Cardinals also have a few injury concerns but none as major and a much smaller list. Chandler Jones seems likely to miss the game due to COVID-19 diagnosis while center Rodney Hudson and linebacker Tanner Vallejo were ruled.
Arizona lists five as questionable for Sunday:
- Byron Murphy – Ribs
- Marco Wilson – Ribs
- Jordan Hicks – Toe
- Kelvin Beachum – Ribs
- Chase Edmonds – Shoulder
While inactives are not due until 90 minutes prior to the game, we could hear updates on some of the questionable players as early as Saturday. With Wills and Conklin not practicing this week, they are the least likely to play on Sunday.
We will keep you up to date as injury news is released.