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CLEVELAND, Ohio — Cleveland Browns’ safety Demarious Randall has been diagnosed with a concussion and has been ruled out for their game vs the New York Jets. Randall reported to the Browns’ facility with concussion-like symptoms and was placed in the protocol.
Randall has made headlines recently due to his strong comments on former Browns’ and current Jets’ defensive coordinator Gregg Williams. “If he (Williams) had gotten the Browns job I would’ve asked to be traded immediately,” Randall told reporters Friday.
Randall was traded to the Browns’ last season from the Green Bay Packers for quarterback Deshone Kizer (currently on the Raiders roster).
In Randall’s absence, safeties Eric Murray and rookie Sheldrick Redwine will look to replace his production. Randall has started every game for Cleveland: he had four interceptions with a combined total of 85 tackles last season.
This will be the latest player that has been ruled out for the Jets game including tackle Kedall Lamm (knee), running back Dontrell Hilliard (concussion) and linebacker Adarius Taylor (ankle). There are also several players that are questionable: receiver Rashard Higgins (ankle), guard Joel Bitionio (abdomen), defensive end Chris Smith (non-injury) and quarterback Drew Stanton (knee).
Cleveland faces the New York Jets Monday Night September 16, 2019 at 8:15 PM EST