With the Cleveland Browns reeling at 0-2, and entering tomorrowÆs clash with Baltimore as prohibitive underdogs (13.5 points), Browns' fans have been expecting a long and perhaps demoralizing game on Sunday afternoon. Now that two of the franchiseÆs most productive players this decade are not playing, the Browns chances of pulling off a shocking road upset look even more bleak. Running back Jamal Lewis has been dealing with an injured hamstring and did not practice today or yesterday. Though the Browns and (and Lewis fantasy owners) had hoped that Jamal would be able to give it a go, the latest injury update on Lewis, via PFT, is that he is not playing tomorrow. In fact, he did not even make the trip to Baltimore. Jerome Harrison is expected to pick up the bulk of the work in LewisÆ abs ...
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