AFC North injury report, Week 12: Brandon Weeden suffers concussion

Matt Sullivan

The Browns may be without Brandon Weeden next week after he sustained a concussion.

The Baltimore Ravens beat the San Diego Chargers, 16-13, in what can only be described as epic fashion.

However, they did lose a few cogs to their machine on Sunday with tight end Ed Dickson spraining his knee and linebacker Dannell Ellerbe injuring his right foot. Both players did not return after sustaining their injuries.

The team that took the worst of it on Sunday was the Cleveland Browns, who lost both starting quarterback Brandon Weeden and safety Usama Young to concussions in the second half of their 20-14 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers.

The Steelers lost yet another offensive lineman when Mike Adams left with what multiple reports have indicated as a high ankle sprain that left Adams in a walking boot.

The Steelers can't afford too many more injuries with Ben Roethlisberger, Antonio Brown, Troy Polamalu and others already on the shelf.

Against Oakland, the Cincinnati Bengals earned themselves their third straight win and managed to stay injury-free.

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