Brandon Weeden injury: Browns QB leaves game vs. Ravens

Mitch Stringer-USA TODAY Sports

A lot went wrong for the Browns on Sunday, including losing their starting quarterback.

Cleveland Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden left Sunday's 14-6 loss to the Baltimore Ravens with an injured thumb. After the game, Weeden told reporters that X-rays on the injured thumb were negative, according to the Baltimore Sun's Aaron Wilson.

More on the Browns' loss at Dawgs By Nature

Weeden left the game in the fourth quarter after throwing for 227 yards and being sacked five times. The Browns struggled to move the ball on the Ravens defense and didn't give Weeden much protection throughout the afternoon. Jason Campbell replaced Weeden but didn't fare much better to close out the game.

The loss pushed the Browns to 0-2 on the season. They travel to Minnesota to play the Vikings in Week 3. Playing without Weeden would be a big blow to a team already down on luck early in the season. Campbell has been nothing more than a journeyman quarterback throughout his career.

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