The Cleveland Browns can return to a .500 record with a victory over the New England Patriots in Week 6.
A win over the AFC East squad can set them in the right direction, considering they have close losses in the first five games.
Their defeats to the New York Jets, Atlanta Falcons, and Los Angeles Chargers were by a total of six points.
However, the Browns are not yet sure about the quarterback they will face because Mac Jones‘ status remains questionable.
Mac Jones remains a limited participant in practice. Full report: pic.twitter.com/igjhTmii4X
— Mike Reiss (@MikeReiss) October 12, 2022
ESPN NFL Nation reporter Mike Reiss tweeted, “Mac Jones remains a limited participant in practice.”
Jones suffered a severe ankle sprain in their Week 3 loss to the Baltimore Ravens.
He has been participating in their practices but in a limited capacity.
Brian Hoyer played in his absence but was also sidelined by a concussion.
Taking his place was rookie Bailey Zappe, who helped the team to a 29-0 shutout victory against the Detroit Lions.
Several Patriots players also saw limited participation in practice.
Tight end Jonnu Smith is also having some issues with his ankle.
DaMarcus Mitchell is also under concussion protocol.
Browns Injury Report For Week 6
Running back Demetric Felton was a full participant despite nursing a wrist injury.