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Browns designate Jacob Phillips for return from IR

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Linebacker Jacob Phillips, who has been sidelined since tearing a biceps tendon during a joint practice against the New York Giants on August 19, was designated to return from the injured reserve list on Monday and practiced later in the day. The Browns were hoping that Phillips could build on his rookie season, where he started three games and had a team-high 10 tackles in the final game of the regular season against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Those plans were put on hold when Phillips was injured, obviously, but with five games left in the season, there is still time for Phillips to make an impact this year. Given the way the teams have handled players returning from injured reserve this season, it would be a surprise if a good week of practice sees Phillips on the field this Sunday when the Browns host the Baltimore Ravens.

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