Browns activate DE Garrett, put Harrison on IR


Cleveland Browns safety Ronnie Harrison could miss the rest of the regular season with a shoulder injury he suffered Sunday, a source told ESPN.

Harrison is expected to be out 4-6 weeks, though there’s hope he could return before the playoffs, should the 8-3 Browns advance to the postseason.

Harrison injured the shoulder in the first quarter against the Jacksonville Jaguars and did not return. He had started the last six games for the Browns after being acquired in a trade from the Jaguars before the season. During his first start, on Oct. 11, Harrison intercepted Philip Rivers for a 47-yard touchdown return.

On Monday, the Browns claimed safety Tedric Thompson from the Kansas City Chiefs off waivers. Thompson has 16 career starts since entering the league in 2017.

Coach Kevin Stefanski said Monday that Cleveland is also unlikely to get Pro Bowl cornerback Denzel Ward back for this weekend’s game at the Tennessee Titans. Ward missed Sunday’s game with a calf injury.

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