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Sep 15, 2014
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Speaking at Monday's presser, Browns coach Mike Pettine said Ben Tate (knee) probably won't return for Week 3.
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Akron Beacon Journal Sep 17, 2014
Jordan Cameron, Barkevious Mingo return to practice for Browns; Ben Tate not expected to face Ravens

Jordan Cameron, Barkevious Mingo return to practice for Browns; Ben Tate not expected to face Ravens

Pro Bowl tight end Jordan Cameron and starting outside linebacker Barkevious Mingo returned to practice Wednesday for the Browns. Cameron and Mingo did not practice last week, and they sat out Sunday during the Browns' 26-24 upset win over the New Orleans Saints. They are recovering from shoulder injuries. They'll likely be limited in practice Wednesday, but their return is a sign the Browns (1-1) hope they will be ready to face the Baltimore Ravens (1-1) on Sunday at FirstEnergy Stadium. On the other hand, starting running back Ben Tate is not expected to face the Ravens. Tate suffered...
Rotoworld Sep 15, 2014

Browns: Ben Tate 'probably' out for Week 3 - Ben Tate (RB) Cleveland Browns

Speaking at Monday's presser, Browns coach Mike Pettine said Ben Tate (knee) probably won't return for Week 3.
Plain Dealer Sep 12, 2014

Injured Cleveland Browns' RB Ben Tate says the bye week comes at a good time

Tate rushed for 41 yards on six carries before injuring his knee.
Columbus Dispatch Sep 11, 2014

Browns: Tate will miss game vs. Saints, likely more

BEREA, Ohio — Cleveland Browns starting running back Ben Tate will miss Sunday’s home opener against the New Orleans Saints because of a sprained knee, moving rookies Terrance West and Isaiah Crowell up the depth chart.
Chronicle-Telegram Sep 10, 2014

Browns Notes: Rookie RBs Terrance West and Isaiah Crowell to step further into spotlight with starter Ben Tate sidelined

BEREA — The Browns are left with only rookie running backs following a knee sprain suffered by starter Ben Tate. That’s fine with rookie coach Mike Pettine. “We like the guys that we have,” he said Wednesday. Tate, signed as a free agent, was ruled out for Sunday’s home opener against the Saints, but Pettine Read More...The post Browns Notes: Rookie RBs Terrance West and Isaiah Crowell to step further into spotlight with starter Ben Tate sidelined appeared first on Chronicle-Telegram.Click here to read this story on The Chronicle-Telegram.Content copyright The Chronicle-Telegram....
Akron Beacon Journal Sep 10, 2014
Browns notebook: Terrance West, Isaiah Crowell ready to be lead running backs with Ben Tate out with an injury

Browns notebook: Terrance West, Isaiah Crowell ready to be lead running backs with Ben Tate out with an injury

Browns coach Mike Pettine confirmed Wednesday the team will be without starting running back Ben Tate for the home opener Sunday against the New Orleans Saints.Pettine said Tate suffered a sprained knee Sunday in a 30-27 season-opening loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers. Tate is expected to miss two to four weeks and is not expected to need surgery, NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reported Wednesday morning.With Tate ruled out, Pettine said rookie Terrance West, a third-round pick in this year’s draft, will start. Undrafted rookie Isaiah Crowell will serve as the No. 2 running back.West, who...
Plain Dealer Sep 10, 2014

Johnny Manziel package 'could happen' vs Saints; Ben Tate out; Jordan Cameron day-to-day: Mike Pettine quick-hitters

Mike Pettine says a Johnny Manziel package "could happen'' against the Saints and that Ben Tate is out for the game with his sprained knee. He said tight end Jordan Cameron is day-to-day with his sprained shoulder.
News-Herald Sep 10, 2014

Cleveland Browns running back Ben Tate ruled out of Saints game

The Browns lost more than just a football game on Sept. 7 when they were beaten by the Steelers. Starting running back Ben Tate will miss the game against the New Orleans Saints on Sept. 14 with a knee sprain sustained in the season opener, Browns head coach Mike Pettine said in his press conference on Sept.
FFChamps.com Sep 8, 2014

No Injury Update On Tate or Cameron

Browns head coach Mike Pettine did not give an injury update on Ben Tate or Jordan Cameron on Monday.Fantasy Spin:Tate and Cameron both left Sunday's game against the Steelers. We would advise fantasy owners to plan for both to miss Week 2.
FFToday Sep 8, 2014

No update on Ben Tate, Jordan Cameron

Injuries caused both players to miss time in Week 1 HC Mike Pettine said he doesn't have injury updates on RB Ben Tate (knee) or TE Jordan Cameron (shoulder). (Nate Ulrich on Twitter) FF Today's Take: Injuries that keep players from returning to game action that week typically do not bode well for their status the following week. Tate's injury-history is well-chronicled and should make Terrance West - if not Isaiah Crowell - attractive free-agent or trade targets this week. Jim Dray and Gary Barnidge filled in for Cameron following his departure, but neither player is worthy...

Jordan Cameron and Ben Tate both leave Steelers game with injuries suffered on big plays

Jordan Cameron and Ben Tate both left the 30-27 loss to the Steelers with injuries made on costly big plays.
FFToday Sep 7, 2014

Tate injures knee, rookie running backs shine

Severity of knee injury unknown In their NFL regular-season debuts, Terrance West and Isaiah Crowell combined for 132 yards and two touchdowns in the Browns' 30-27 loss at Heinz Field. The Browns rushed for 183 yards - the most in four seasons - despite losing starter Ben Tate to a first-half knee injury. (Cleveland Plain Dealer) FF Today's Take: Tate had six carries for 41 yards before leaving with a knee injury. No update on his status was given after the game. West had 16 carries for 100 yards and would likely be starter next week if Tate is not ready to go while Crowell...
News-Herald Sep 7, 2014

Cleveland Browns notes: Rookie backs Terrance West, Isaiah Crowell fill in well for injured Ben Tate

PITTSBURGH - The Browns might have found a pair stallions in their running back stable just in the nick of time. Starting running back Ben Tate left the game against the Steelers on Sept. 7 with a knee injury in the first half and did not return. Tate finished with 41 yards on six carries. Coach Mike Pettine said he does not know the severity of the injury.
Chronicle-Telegram Sep 2, 2014

Tate expects big things as the Browns’ No. 1 running back

BEREA — Ben Tate has been waiting for this opportunity since he entered the league as a second-round pick of Houston in 2010. Not only did he pull away from rookie third-rounder Terrance West in the preseason to keep the starting running back job, Tate will open the year as the primary third-down back after Read More...The post Tate expects big things as the Browns’ No. 1 running back appeared first on Chronicle-Telegram.Click here to read this story on The Chronicle-Telegram.Content copyright The Chronicle-Telegram. Your #1 source for Lorain County News.

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