Jamestown Native, Browns Player, Out Following Season-Ending Injury

Image courtesy: clevelandbrowns.com.

CLEVELAND – The Jamestown native on the Cleveland Browns’ football team suffered what’s likely a season-ending knee injury over the weekend.

According to Cleveland.com, 24-year-old Stephen Carlson, a Jamestown High School grad and now Browns tight end, left the stadium in a large knee brace and on crutches after the Browns’ 23 to 13 victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars Saturday.

Originally signed by the team as an undrafted rookie out of Princeton in 2019, Carlson signed a one-year deal with the Browns in April.

Carlson will likely undergo surgery and set his sights on returning next season, the publication reports.


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