The hits keep coming. Studs are getting hurt all over the place on both sides of the ball...and it is only week 1.
Cleveland Browns safety Sean Jones out with knee surgery
by Mary Kay Cabot
Wednesday September 10, 2008, 11:20 AM
Browns safety Sean Jones will undergo arthroscopic surgery on his right knee and will miss at least several weeks.
Coach Romeo Crennel made the announcement today and said that Jones will not be placed on injured reserve and that the Browns plan to have him back this season.
Jones first suffered swelling in the knee in the preseason opener against the Jets and experienced it again the following week against the Giants. Jones sat out the final two preseason games, but suffered the swelling again after Sunday's 28-10 loss to the Cowboys.
Fellow safety Brodney Pool might return from a concussion this week, meaning Mike Adams would start in place of Jones. If Pool is still out, Adams and Nick Sorensen would be the starting safeties.
Crennel said the Browns are also looking for available safeties.