CB - CLE
Week 13 Outlook
The Browns are "optimistic" that cornerback Greedy Williams (shoulder) will be healthy enough to play during the team's Week 1 game against the Chiefs.
Williams appeared in 12 games during his rookie campaign back in 2019 but hasn't seen the field since then. He was ruled out for each of the Browns' first five games last season before ultimately landing on the injured reserve. Now, the 23-year-old projects as Cleveland's starting cornerback alongside Denzel Ward.
Greedy Williams has been placed on IR with a nerve issue in his shoulder.
Williams does not need surgery but there is no official timetable for his return. Based on the IR designation, Williams would be eligible to return as soon as Week 9. Williams has yet to play a single snap in 2020. Terrance Mitchell will continue being his replacement.
CB Greedy Williams (shoulder) will not play Sunday’s Week 5 game against the Colts.
Williams has yet to play a game this year due to a shoulder injury. Terrance Mitchell will once again replace Williams as one of the Browns’ starting corners.
Greedy Williams (shoulder) is ruled out for Sunday's game against the Cowboys.
It's a big loss to Cleveland's secondary that will have its hands full with a potent Cowboys offense. Terrance Mitchell is expected to draw another start.
Cleveland Browns cornerback Greedy Williams has been ruled out for Thursday Night Football against the Cincinnati Bengals.
Greedy will miss his second consecutive game. The secondary was dismantled by an efficient Lamar Jackson who completed 11 of his 13 attempts that traveled 10 or more yards downfield. Kevin Johnson has also been ruled out for Thursday Night Football. Joe Burrow is set up well for success if he avoids testing Denzel Ward too often.