Browns CB Terrance Mitchell could miss rest of season with broken forearm
Terrance Mitchell has been one of the key players for the Cleveland Browns throughout the first four weeks of the 2018 NFL season. He has helped take Cleveland from a team that didn’t record a single win last year to a team that is winning and competing in games. Unfortunately, Mitchell’s season could be coming to an end early.
According to a report from Andrew Gribble from the team’s official website, Mitchell may be forced to miss the rest of the season due to a broken forearm that he suffered against the Oakland Raiders.
If his season is indeed over, Mitchell will have put up big numbers in the first three games and some change. He racked up 19 total tackles to go along with two forced fumbles, a fumble recovery, an interception, and three defended passes. Those numbers are going to be missed in a big way if the Browns do lose him for the season.
At 26 years old, Mitchell has become one of the leaders of the new Browns. He has provided an example for younger players both on and off the field. Even if he is out for the season, his future is incredibly bright with the Browns.
Cleveland was unable to pull off the win over the Raiders on Sunday. They should have won, but were unable to make the necessary plays down the stretch.
Baker Mayfield has taken over as the starting quarterback for the Browns. He showed more potential against the Raiders and the Browns nearly improved to 2-1-1 on the season.
Expect to see the Browns continue developing and improving throughout the season. Mitchell being injured definitely hurts, but this team has a lot of talent and will need to figure out a way to replace his production.