Browns’ year-end medical report

So here’s how the Browns seasons have gone lately. Lots of promise in pre-season. Losses pile up. A couple wins here and there. Fans give up. And inevitably, an entire hospital ward gets filled with starters.

Receiver Braylon Edwards tore a knee ligament against Jacksonville, center Jeff Faine tore a biceps muscle against Oakland and tight end Steve Heiden tore an ankle ligament against Pittsburgh.

It gets ugly.

Faine had surgery to reattach his biceps muscle to the shoulder with biodegradable screws. Faine said he will start rehabilitation in two weeks.

I don’t know how anyone survives a full season in the NFL without injury anymore. It must be some kind of miracle.

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