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BigBen2112
09-10-2008, 12:14 PM
Safety Jones to undergo arthroscopic surgery for swelling in knee

By James Walker
ESPN.com
(Archive)
Updated: September 10, 2008, 12:01 PM ET

BEREA, Ohio -- Cleveland Browns starting safety Sean Jones will miss Sunday's game against the Pittsburgh Steelers because of a right knee injury, according to Browns coach Romeo Crennel.

Jones will have arthroscopic surgery Thursday because of constant swelling in the knee. The Browns are not providing a firm timeline, but usually knee scopes require two to four weeks of recovery time.

"He's wanted to work through it, [and] tried to work through it," Crennel said. "But after meeting with the doctors and his people, he's decided to have it scoped and taken care of so he can finish the season."

Cleveland has been hit with the injury bug all through training camp and early in the regular season. Fellow safety Brodney Pool missed Sunday's game with a concussion, but is scheduled to practice Wednesday and has a chance to return. If Pool plays, backup defensive back Mike Adams likely will fill in for Jones.

James Walker covers the NFL for ESPN.com.


http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/news/story?id=3579578

RuthlessBurgher
09-10-2008, 12:16 PM
Sean...you should have your surgery done in some dirty medical clinic in a third world country somewhere, because you will be less likely to face an infection there than if you let the doctors in Cleveland even breath on you.

Oviedo
09-10-2008, 12:26 PM
Do you think that Santonio is licking his chops looking at the Browns' secondary. OL just needs to to their job because you know that the Browns will be attacking Ben with a vengence hoping to knock him out of the game which will be their best chance.

Start the game with three step drops and quick short passes to Miller, Spaeth and Hines and we'll be up by 17 by the end of the first quarter.

BigBen2112
09-10-2008, 12:35 PM
Do you think that Santonio is licking his chops looking at the Browns' secondary. OL just needs to to their job because you know that the Browns will be attacking Ben with a vengence hoping to knock him out of the game which will be their best chance.

Start the game with three step drops and quick short passes to Miller, Spaeth and Hines and we'll be up by 17 by the end of the first quarter.

I dont get how it is a good idea to trade away one position--a position that was already not a strength (DB) for the Browns--for another position?

Why would you trade away DBs when your secondary already isn't very good just to upgrade another position? That makes ZERO sense.

RuthlessBurgher
09-10-2008, 01:10 PM
Do you think that Santonio is licking his chops looking at the Browns' secondary. OL just needs to to their job because you know that the Browns will be attacking Ben with a vengence hoping to knock him out of the game which will be their best chance.

Start the game with three step drops and quick short passes to Miller, Spaeth and Hines and we'll be up by 17 by the end of the first quarter.

I dont get how it is a good idea to trade away one position--a position that was already not a strength (DB) for the Browns--for another position?

Why would you trade away DBs when your secondary already isn't very good just to upgrade another position? That makes ZERO sense.

But Phil Savage is a football genius! He has an excellent record when it comes to being a champion of the offseason. :roll:

Of course, it makes about as much sense to me as trading away all of your premium draft picks. :brownssuck

papillon
09-10-2008, 01:16 PM
Do you think that Santonio is licking his chops looking at the Browns' secondary. OL just needs to to their job because you know that the Browns will be attacking Ben with a vengence hoping to knock him out of the game which will be their best chance.

Start the game with three step drops and quick short passes to Miller, Spaeth and Hines and we'll be up by 17 by the end of the first quarter.

I dont get how it is a good idea to trade away one position--a position that was already not a strength (DB) for the Browns--for another position?

Why would you trade away DBs when your secondary already isn't very good just to upgrade another position? That makes ZERO sense.

But Phil Savage is a football genius! He has an excellent record when it comes to being a champion of the offseason. :roll:

Of course, it makes about as much sense to me as trading away all of your premium draft picks. :brownssuck

...for one player. <cough>,<cough> Ricky Williams, <cough> Mike ditka <cough> :P

Pappy

Oviedo
09-10-2008, 01:20 PM
Do you think that Santonio is licking his chops looking at the Browns' secondary. OL just needs to to their job because you know that the Browns will be attacking Ben with a vengence hoping to knock him out of the game which will be their best chance.

Start the game with three step drops and quick short passes to Miller, Spaeth and Hines and we'll be up by 17 by the end of the first quarter.

I dont get how it is a good idea to trade away one position--a position that was already not a strength (DB) for the Browns--for another position?

Why would you trade away DBs when your secondary already isn't very good just to upgrade another position? That makes ZERO sense.

Expect the Browns to come after Ben with 6-7 rushers every single play because that is the only chance they have. They have to try to overwhelm the OL because if Ben has anytime he will destroy their secondary. This is what they started doing to Romo.

Ben will take lots of hits on Sunday because of this strategy, but to hold everyone in to block plays right into Cleveland's hands.

BigBen2112
09-10-2008, 06:04 PM
Do you think that Santonio is licking his chops looking at the Browns' secondary. OL just needs to to their job because you know that the Browns will be attacking Ben with a vengence hoping to knock him out of the game which will be their best chance.

Start the game with three step drops and quick short passes to Miller, Spaeth and Hines and we'll be up by 17 by the end of the first quarter.

I dont get how it is a good idea to trade away one position--a position that was already not a strength (DB) for the Browns--for another position?

Why would you trade away DBs when your secondary already isn't very good just to upgrade another position? That makes ZERO sense.

Expect the Browns to come after Ben with 6-7 rushers every single play because that is the only chance they have. They have to try to overwhelm the OL because if Ben has anytime he will destroy their secondary. This is what they started doing to Romo.

Ben will take lots of hits on Sunday because of this strategy, but to hold everyone in to block plays right into Cleveland's hands.

Quick slants=TDs against that type of D scheme.