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Browns Get Bad News With Anthony Walker Injury Update

Adam Taylor McKillop
The Cleveland Browns got some bad news with Anthony Walker's latest injury update as he's headed to the injured reserve with a hamstring strain.
The Cleveland Browns got some bad news with Anthony Walker's latest injury update as he's headed to the injured reserve with a hamstring strain. / Nick Cammett/Getty Images
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In just his first game with the Cleveland Browns, linebacker Anthony Walker absolutely shined. He led the team with 10 total tackles (8 solo) and stepped in as the team's signal-caller on defense. But, a troubling injury report regarding the newest Browns linebacker came out of practice on Thursday.

Cleveland was dealt a crushing blow on Friday after revealing that Walker suffered a hamstring strain and will be headed to the injured reserve, meaning he's out at least for the next three weeks.

Anthony Walker Injury Update

This is another early-season blow to the Browns' linebacker corps, which is already without Jacob Phillips due to a torn bicep.

Heading into a Week 2 clash with the Houston Texans, the Browns will have to address their defensive signal-caller as the biggest priority. Reports suggest that newcomer John Johnson could operate in that role. The former Rams safety operated in that role last season in Los Angeles.

Cleveland heads into their Week 2 clash against Houston as 13-point favorites on FanDuel Sportsbook.


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