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  • Browns' Greg Newsome: Option exercised

    The Browns exercised Newsome's 2025 fifth-year option, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. The 26th overall pick in the 2021 NFL Draft, Newsome had a breakout season under defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz in 2023. He started 13 of the 14 games he appeared in, picking off the first two passes of his career while breaking up 14 passes. Newsome also registered a career-best 49 tackles (34 solo) and returned one of his interceptions for a touchdown.
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  • Browns' Greg Newsome: Eligible for extension

    Newsome is entering his fourth year and is extension-eligible, Zac Jackson of The Athletic reports. He finished 2023 with 49 tackles, 14 passes defensed, two interceptions, one touchdown and 0.5 sacks over 14 games. Newsome made some big plays for the Browns in 2023, including a pick-six in a Week 10 win over the Ravens, but there were also a few disappointing games -- most notably, the 45-14 playoff loss to Houston. He allowed four catches on five targets and was unable to track down tight end Dalton Schultz on a 37-yard touchdown in that contest. Pro Football Focus rated him 18th of 20 defenders in the game. As the third member in what is considered the strongest part of the Browns' defense, Newsome should play a key role as a slot cornerback regardless of whether the team picks up his fifth-year option.
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  • Browns' Greg Newsome: Cleared on injury report

    Newsome (knee) no longer has an injury designation for Saturday's game against the Texans, Scott Petrak of the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram reports. Newsome went through the natural progression of DNP to limited and finally a full practice this week, paving the way for him to suit up for Saturday's wild-card matchup. The presence of the third-year pro in the Browns' secondary should be good news for Cleveland in the matchup against the Texans on Saturday.
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  • Browns' Greg Newsome: Won't play at Cincinnati

    Newsome (knee) is out for Sunday's game at Cincinnati, Mary Kay Cabot of The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. The exact nature of Newsome's knee injury is unknown at this point, but the Browns could just be playing things safe with a wild-card spot already guaranteed. Without Newsome, Cleveland will likely lean more heavily on rookie fifth-rounder Cameron Mitchell at corner in Week 18.
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  • Browns' Greg Newsome: Unavailable Thursday

    Newsome (knee) did not participate at the Browns' practice Thursday. Newsome has now missed the first two practice sessions of the week due to a knee issue. It's unclear when he sustained the injury, but if he can't go in Sunday's regular-season finale, Cameron Mitchell and Martin Emerson would likely see an increase in workload versus Cincinnati.
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  • Browns' Greg Newsome: Ready for Sunday

    Newsome was a full participant in Friday's practice. Newsome had been dealing with a shin injury, but it seems as if the third-year corner has moved past that issue. Without Denzel Ward (shoulder) in Week 13, Newsome projects to be Cleveland's top cornerback against a Rams offense that's averaging just under 242 passing yards per game.
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  • Browns' Greg Newsome: Still working through injury

    Newsome (groin) was a limited participant in practice Wednesday, Mary Kay Cabot of The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. Newsome missed Week 9 against the Cardinals with the injury, but he returned for the team's Week 10 win over the Ravens despite logging limited practices throughout the week. The Browns are still being cautious with their 2021 first-round selection, and he's likely on the right side of questionable for Sunday's game against the Steelers.
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  • Browns' Greg Newsome: Active Sunday

    Newsome (groin) is active ahead of Sunday's game against the Ravens, Jake Trotter of ESPN.com reports. The 2021 first-round pick was able to log limited practice sessions both Thursday and Friday after recording a DNP on Wednesday, and he's now in line to suit up for Sunday's contest. Newsome has appeared in six games for the Browns this season, recording 20 total tackles and three pass deflections.
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  • Browns' Greg Newsome: Gets questionable tag

    Newsome (groin) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game at Baltimore, Scott Petrak of the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram reports. Newsome was able to return to practice Thursday after missing Wednesday's session, but he couldn't avoid an injury designation going into the weekend. If he sits out in Week 10, Mike Ford will probably see an uptick in reps at cornerback.
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  • Browns' Greg Newsome: Not participating at practice

    Newsome (groin) did not participate at practice Wednesday, Jake Trotter of ESPN.com reports. Newsome was forced to sit out of Sunday's game versus Arizona as he recovered from a groin injury, but he still isn't 100 percent to start Cleveland's new week of practice. He'll probably have to sit out again in Week 10 unless he can find a way to get back to practice Thursday or Friday.
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  • Browns' Greg Newsome: Out Sunday

    Newsome (groin) has been ruled out ahead of Sunday's game against the Cardinals, Mary Kay Cabot of Cleveland.com reports. The 2021 first-round pick recorded consecutive DNPs during practice Wednesday and Thursday, so it's not a surprise that he's been ruled out ahead of Sunday's contest. With Newsome missing time, Cameron Mitchell and Martin Emerson will both likely have an increased workload in Cleveland's secondary.
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  • Browns' Greg Newsome: Appears clear for Sunday

    Newsome (groin) wasn't listed on the Browns' injury report Wednesday ahead of Week 1 versus the Bengals. Though he dealt with a groin injury in August, Newsome looks to be healthy enough to play this Sunday. Even if fellow starter Denzel Ward (concussion) is 100 percent, Newsome is going to have his hands full against Ja'Marr Chase and Tee Higgins.
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  • Browns' Greg Newsome: Returning to practice this week

    Newsome (groin) is expected to resume practicing this week, Brad Stainbrook of 247Sports.com reports. Newsome has missed more than a week of practice due to a groin injury, but he's expected to get back on the field this week. It remains to be seen whether the 2021 first-round pick will be able to be cleared in time for Thursday's preseason game against the Eagles, but if not, he'll have one more exhibition contest, Aug. 26 versus the Chiefs, before the regular season kicks off. The Browns are counting on Newsome to start across from Denzel Ward.
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  • Browns' Greg Newsome: Has groin injury

    Newsome is dealing with a groin injury, per coach Kevin Stefanski, Jake Trotter of ESPN reports. Stefanski didn't provide a return timeline for the cornerback. Newsome didn't play in the Hall of Fame Game against the Jets on Thursday, but neither did the Browns' other projected starters. Cleveland's next preseason game will be Aug. 11 against Washington.
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  • Browns' Greg Newsome: Returns to practice Wednesday

    Newsome (concussion) was a limited participant during Wednesday's practice, Scott Petrak of the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram reports. Newsome suffered a concussion in Week 10 and has been sidelined since, so his return to practice Wednesday, albeit in a limited fashion, is encouraging. The second-year cornerback will have two more opportunities to log a full session before Cleveland needs to make a decision on his status for Sunday's matchup against the Texans.
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  • Browns' Greg Newsome: Misses practice Wednesday

    Newsome (concussion) did not participate at practice Wednesday ahead of Sunday's game versus Tampa Bay, Zac Jackson of The Athletic reports. Newsome sustained a concussion during practice ahead of Cleveland's loss to Buffalo in Week 11, and he now appears to be in jeopardy of missing a second consecutive game with that injury. If the sophomore first-rounder can't go in Week 12, Greedy Williams would likely be in line for fill-in reps on the boundaries.
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  • Browns' Greg Newsome: Will play Monday

    Newsome (oblique) is active Monday against the Bengals. Newsome's ability to suit up is a boon for the team's secondary, as Denzel Ward is out due to a concussion, and the team was therefore facing the possibility of being down both of its starting cornerbacks.
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  • Browns' Greg Newsome: Questionable for Monday night

    Newsome (oblique) is listed as questionable ahead of Monday's game versus Cincinnati, Anthony Poisal of the team's official site reports. Even though he did play all but one snap in Week 7 at Baltimore, it seems Newsome is in some jeopardy of missing his first game action of the 2022 season Monday. The 2021 first-rounder's status will be one to watch ahead of kickoff Monday night, as Denzel Ward (concussion) has already been ruled out.
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  • Browns' Greg Newsome: More confident in Year 2

    Newsome made two interceptions during Saturday's session and continued what most observers feel has been a strong showing in camp, Zac Jackson of The Athletic reports. Whether it's from Jackson of The Atheltic or Anthony Poisal of the Browns' official site, Newsome is getting rave reviews. The 2021 first-round pick looks more confident as he prepares for a second NFL season. He's on the field with the ones and expected to start at cornerback along with Denzel Ward (foot). In obvious passing situations or against multiple wideout sets, the Browns expect to move Newsome inside to the slot while Greedy Williams replaces him on the outside.
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  • Browns' Greg Newsome: Full participant Friday

    Newsome (concussion) was a full participant in Friday's practice session, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports. Newsome was limited Thursday after clearing the NFL's COVID-19 return-to-play protocols, but he took a step in the right direction Friday by returning to the practice field as a full participant. Head coach Kevin Stefanski already stated earlier in the week that Newsome cleared the five-step concussion protocol after suffering the head injury prior to landing on the COVID-19 list, so the rookie cornerback should be good to go for Monday's game in Pittsburgh.
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