Cleveland Browns Young Wide Receiver Suffers Torn Achilles

The Cleveland Browns have already been dealt a blow as second-year wide receiver Mike Woods II has reportedly suffered a torn Achilles during workouts with quarterback Deshaun Watson in Texas.

This injury will sideline Woods for the entire 2023 NFL season.

Despite showing promise in training camp last year, Woods' rookie season was limited by an injury, and he was already on the borderline of being cut from the roster before this latest setback.

With his absence, the Browns will need to explore other young options to fill out their wide receiver corps, possibly through the upcoming 2023 NFL Draft.

This news is a significant setback for the Browns, who were hoping to see Woods build on his potential and contribute to the team's success in the upcoming season.

In his first 10 games of his NFL career last season, the 23-year-old recorded five receptions for 45 yards on 10 targets.

He's a former sixth-round pick by the Browns in the 2022 NFL Draft. Photo Credit:  Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports