The Browns made some late adjustments to their injury report for tomorrow's game, and now, their two best players might be on the sidelines when they take on the Ravens.
Three-time Pro Bowl nose tackle Shaun Rogers (ankle, hip) has been downgraded from questionable to out, while two-time Pro Bowl kick returner/wide receiver Josh Cribbs (ankle) has been downgraded to questionable.
Rogers is without a doubt Cleveland's best defensive player; the 6-4, 350 pound nose tackle is a beast inside and can single-handedly disrupt an offense's running game.
Cribbs is a game changer in the special teams game, and can do a number of things on offense as a wide receiver, running back, and Wildcat quarterback.
Two other Browns also had their game statuses adjusted: wide receiver Brian Robiskie (hamstring) and linebacker D'Qwell Jackson (chest) have both been ruled out after originally being listed as doubtful.