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Rashard Higgins – The Browns Wide Receiver To Own?

Despite letting Terrelle Pryor walk this past offseason, the Cleveland Browns seemed confident enough in their starting wide receivers Corey Coleman and Kenny Britt going into 2017. Through two games, it is fair to say that the results have been mixed. Britt has done an admirable job of looking like Browns era Dwayne Bowe in what is probably the least wanted sequel since Paul Blart Mall Cop 2. Through two games, he has two catches for 15 yards. Coleman had caught five of his six targets in Week 1 for 53 yards and a touchdown but was off the pace somewhat against the Ravens on Sunday. He had just one catch nine yards on his seven targets, no doubt unassisted by the quarterback jockeying between Deshone Kizer and Kevin Hogan. Then, as luck would have it (at least when you’re the Browns) he appeared to injure the same hand that he broke last season, which forced him to miss six games. The team fears he has broken it again. So what now for the Browns? Well, can I introduce you to my friend Rashard Higgins?

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By Neil Dutton | @ndutton13 | Archive

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