Browns Offensive Lineman Seen In A Walking Boot

The Cleveland Browns, despite such a promising start to the 2022 season, have struggled in recent weeks, and with the injuries piling up, the last thing this team needed was another one, but today, a key offensive lineman was seen in a walking boot, which could be the worst news possible ahead of a key divisional matchup against the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday. 

Wyatt Teller has been with the Browns since 2019, and is arguably the teams best offensive lineman, as the guard has been a second-team All-Pro in each of the last two seasons, and after just getting fellow All-Pro Jack Conklin back, this is the last thing Cleveland needed. The offence struggled to move the ball against New England in Week 6, racking up just 9 points on the day, and with the talented defensive front of Baltimore, led by Calais Campbell, it could be much of the same in Week 7.

There's been no official word on the injury and its severity yet, but the need for a walking boot isn't a good sign for Browns fans, and if Teller is indeed down for the week, it could spell disaster for this offence going forward.

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