BEREA, Ohio (AP) — Browns offensive tackle Ryan Miller sustained a concussion during a blocking drill in practice Saturday, an injury that shook his teammates.
Miller, who is in his second season with Cleveland, was carted from the field and taken by ambulance to the Cleveland Clinic after he was hurt during one-on-one drills inside the team's indoor facility. Coach Rob Chudzinski said the 6-foot-7 Miller's condition has improved.
"He's doing well," Chudzinski said following practice. "He's responsive and it sounds like things are better at this point."
The Browns later said Miller has a concussion and will "likely be released" from the hospital this evening.
Chudzinski did not see how Miller got hurt, and did not know if the head injury was the result of helmet-to-helmet contact.