Tyrod Taylor suffered dislocated pinky in preseason win over Eagles

Quarter back Tyrod Taylor #5 of the Cleveland Browns runs onto the field during player introductions prior to a preseason game against the Philadelphia Eagles at FirstEnergy Stadium on August 23, 2018 in Cleveland, Ohio. (Photo by Jason Miller/Getty Images)

CLEVELAND– Browns quarterback Tyrod Taylor suffered a dislocated pinky finger in Thursday night’s preseason game against the Eagles.

Cleveland won, 5-0, fueled mostly by the defense and four turnovers.

Taylor went down in the first quarter and ran to the sidelines while holding his left hand. He returned, but stayed in the locker room for the second half and left the stadium before talking with the media.

Head coach Hue Jackson said Taylor’s hand is bruised too, but he’s going to be fine. He does not expect the QB to miss any practice time.

“Thanks for the prayers Cleveland I’m doing well,” Taylor tweeted Friday morning. He also promoted an appearance at Xhibition on West 25th Street.

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