As the Browns take the field to face the Ravens, wide receiver Dwayne Bowe will not suit up with his teammates.
For the third time in five games, Dwayne Bowe will again be inactive for Cleveland on Sunday, leading to questions of not only health, but his situation with the team in general.
Bowe said last week that he was feeling good and that the media would love what they saw when he hit the field, but only played four snaps against the Chargers last week.
Amidst those four snaps, he was targeted once, but failed to catch the pass from Josh McCown.
While Bowe is inactive, cornerback Joe Haden and wide receiver Brian Hartline, along with linebacker Scott Solomon and defensive lineman Desmond Bryant, will be active for the Browns in Baltimore.
Haden, who missed last week's battle against the San Diego Chargers with a broken finger, was the subject of much attention after being declared inactive despite being listed as probable, but clearly feels as if he can play with the injured digit this week.
Hartline was dealing with a thigh contusion, which forced him to miss time against San Diego, but seemingly won't be forced to miss time in Baltimore.
Solomon makes his return to the Browns after being injured on the first drive of the first game of the season against the New York Jets, while Bryant returns to action after missing the last two contests against the Raiders and Chargers.
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