CLEVELAND-- The K'Waun Williams situation took another turn on Tuesday night.
After an apparent argument regarding his status for last Friday's game against Green Bay-- a game that Williams did not play in-- the Browns are suspending Williams for two games and a game paycheck.
Here is the statement released by the Browns on Wednesday morning.
"The Cleveland Browns have suspended DB K’Waun Williams for two weeks and he has been fined for multiple violations of team rules."
NFL Network first reported the details of the suspension.
Coach Hue Jackson addressed the issue after practice on Tuesday by refusing to release any details.
“We’ll talk about that at a different time," Jackson said. "I just think there are a lot of mixed messages that are going on as far as all that’s concerned. I think we’ll deal with it, and I’m sure we’ll all talk about it at the appropriate time.”
Reports indicated that Williams suffered an ankle injury in Cleveland's scrimmage at Ohio Stadium and decided to sit out Friday's game in Green Bay due to the pain.
The Browns didn't like the fact that Williams decided to sit and decided that his lack of appearance in the exhibition was due to a personal decision as opposed to injury.
The team and Williams, who hasn't practiced following the game, have been at odds since.
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