Browns’ top pick Corey Coleman Suffers Broken Hand In Practice


If the Cleveland Browns aren’t cursed, I don’t know what sports franchise is.

The Browns suffered another huge setback on Wednesday after first-round pick Corey Coleman broke a hand in practice, a league source told Mary Kay Cabot.

In Sunday’s loss to the Ravens, Josh McCown suffered a left shoulder injury, Cam Erving a bruised lung and Carl Nassib a broken hand of his own. That follows Robert Griffin III — who is out 8-12 weeks following a broken left shoulder suffered in the season opener against Philadelphia.

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