The Browns have suffered their first major injury of the season in the form of safety Ed Reynolds, who sprained his MCL in his left knee Saturday in training camp. The injury is to his left knee and Reynolds is expected miss around six weeks per ESPN’s Adam Schefter. The ACL is still intact in his knee.
Six weeks came as good news for Browns fans, especially after hearing that Reynolds would miss “significant time” from Hue Jackson.
Jackson says S Ed Reynolds will miss significant time with knee injury.
— Andrew Gribble (@Andrew_Gribble) July 30, 2017
Reynolds should be ready for the Week 3 game against the Colts.
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He played ten games for the Browns last season after leaving Philadelphia in September, and he logged a sack and 30 tackles for the Browns.