Browns QB Deshaun Watson leaves the Colts game in the first quarter with an injury.

Browns QB Deshaun Watson leaves the Colts game in the first quarter with an injury.

Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson throws a pass in the first half against the Indianapolis Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium.

INDIANAPOLIS – Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson left the Colts game with 3:03 left in the first quarter after suffering a shoulder injury and being diagnosed with a concussion.
In the second half, the medical staff treated him for a concussion.

After receiving treatment outside, I had to go to the medical tent and then go back inside.
He initially threw a deep pass to Elijah Moore that was intercepted by cornerback Kenny Moore II and then tackled by Dayo Odeyingo.

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The interception was eventually overturned and ruled incomplete, but it still caused potential damage to Watson’s shoulder.
He went to the medical tent and they came back to see PJ Walker lead the Browns to a Colt 3 after Myles Garrett fumbled and Anthony Walker Jr. He was restored. At the end of the first trimester, Watson returned to the medical tent with an independent neurologist.
Watson, who is out with a torn right rotator cuff, has no speed when he passes to Amari Cooper on the Browns’ second drive.

The Browns tied the score at 14-14 early in the second quarter on 2-yard drives by Hunt and Walker while Watson was still being evaluated for an injury.
Shortly after Hunt scored, Watson scored his second goal with 13:45 remaining.

A questionable Watson entered the field at 11:20 a.m. on Sunday for pregame warmups and did well, throwing both short and medium passes to the outside and through the middle.
Browns coach Kevin Stefanski said he wants to see how Watson reacts over the next 48 hours after back-to-back practices Thursday and Friday and the Titans’ first full-arm test. He should have been wearing shoulder pads or some kind of protection like he did on Friday.
Watson returned in a limited capacity Thursday and made some of his introductions to the media early in practice. But he looked better with every practice, every lateral throw and a few 30-yard dashes.
I opened it on Friday and threw it at full speed and it definitely showed.

On Wednesday, he didn’t know how his shoulder would react

At the time, he said: “I’m not sure (if I’ll be 100 percent this season).” “It’s my first time wearing a rotator cuff, so I’m trying to make it as comfortable as possible and perform at the level I can.
And if they can’t do that, we have to do it every day. If they can’t do certain things that hurt us in certain situations, they’re not a threat to the team.
“So I couldn’t go on the field,” he said.

Watson acknowledged there is no timetable for his return, which could come as early as Sunday against the Colts, or could take several weeks longer.
He said doctors said the injury lasted four to six weeks, and on Sunday it was four weeks.

“It’s really every day,” Watson said Wednesday. “It’s in a self-healing state, and I think that’s the hard part. It’s one of those deals that doesn’t look like Sprint. When you heal, you heal.
This is my first time dealing with this so I’m making sure I do it right so there are no problems later.

The Browns decided not to limit Watson in any way, whether throwing or running the ball, and went into the Colts game. He averaged five wickets a game and was expected to score a lot in Indy.


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