Following one of the biggest wins since the franchise returned in 1999 Sunday afternoon in Baltimore, the Cleveland Browns received devastating news.
Quarterback Deshaun Watson's season is over.
Watson suffered a broken right shoulder during the first half of Sunday’s 33-31 victory over the Ravens that will require immediate surgery.
Watson also suffered a high ankle sprain in the win that sent him to the locker room in the first half and forced backup P.J. Walker to take a few snaps before Watson returned.
MRIs taken Monday revealed both injuries.
Watson becomes the third key offensive starter lost for the season due to injury.
Right tackle Jack Conklin suffered a torn ACL in Week 1 and running back Nick Chubb suffered a massive knee injury in Week 2. Chubb underwent a second surgery to repair his ACL on Tuesday.