Peyton Hillis Injury: MRI Coming For Browns RB

Peyton Hillis is having a rough season. He missed a game for the Cleveland Browns this year with strep throat and rumors were flying that he missed it due to his contract situation. His camp has denied that but the trouble hasn't stopped for Hillis.

He suffered a hamstring injury early in the Browns loss to the Oakland Raiders on Sunday and will get an MRI on Monday to determine what's wrong.

He suffered the injury in the first quarter but stayed in to carry the ball four more times before coming out. He later returned to the game but will get an MRI to determine the severity of his hamstring injury.

This clearly isn't the season that Hillis envisioned as he's been dinged up a couple times amid contract-related controversies.

Hopefully, for the Browns (and your fantasy football team), the injury isn't serious and he can get back to producing for the Browns.

Check out SB Nation's Dawgs By Nature for more on the injury.

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