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CLEVELAND (WJW) — Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson practiced Friday but head coach Kevin Stefanski said he’s not naming a starting quarterback at this time for Sunday’s game when the Browns (3-2) battle the Colts (3-3) 1 p.m. in Indianapolis.
“I want to see how he (Watson) responds over the next 48 hours based on that full workload that he just got. But he looked good,” Stefanski said Friday.
Watson missed the last two games due to a shoulder injury and during that span, he practiced for the first time Thursday which means if he plays Sunday he’ll have only practiced a couple of times before Sunday’s game.
Sunday’s road game is part of a stretch when the Browns play five of their next seven games on the road.