The Cleveland Browns have now released their final injury report of the 2015 season and it shows that four players will miss Sundays finale against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Sitting out again Friday and ruled out for Sunday are quarterback Johnny Manziel (concussion), wide receiver Marlon Moore (concussion), cornerback Tramon Williams (concussion) and running back Glenn Winston (concussion).
With Manziel out, Austin Davis will get the start at quarterback against the Steelers. The loss of Tramon Williams is also huge as he is perhaps the best cornerback on the Browns current 53-man roster.
Questionable for Sunday are wide receiver Travis Benjamin (ankle), linebacker Karlos Dansby (toe), running back Raheem Mostert (ankle), tackle Joe Thomas (knee) and cornerback K’Waun Williams (shoulder). Dansby failed to practice all week while Benjamin, Mostert, Thomas and K’Waun Williams were all limited on Friday.
Defensive end Desmond Bryant (thumb) practiced fully again on Friday and he ends the week listed as probable.
The Steelers are favored by double-digits over the Browns heading into the weekend.