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Cleveland: Denzel Ward, Wyatt Teller both got fired after unkown issue’s

BEREA — Wyatt Teller found the bright side in his time not on the field.

“Yeah, my hands hurt less,” the Browns right guard joked in the locker room on Monday.

Those hands are going to hurt a little bit more as Teller was one of two key starters who returned to practice Monday when the Browns came back to work coming out of the bye week. Pro Bowl cornerback Denzel Ward was also back on the field for the first time since Oct. 9.

Teller had been sidelined with a left calf injury sustained early in the second quarter of an Oct. 16 loss to the New England Patriots. It was an injury similar to the one he sustained in 2020, which cost him three games.

This time, should he be cleared to go Sunday when the Browns travel to play the Miami Dolphins, Teller would only miss two games. He also benefited from the bye week coming this past week.

“It was good,” Teller said of returning to practice. “It was good to run around. Trending in the right direction. I don’t know everything yet, but it’s exciting to get back and start moving again. When you’re actually out there, you’re like, ‘Aw, I’m tired’ and all this other stuff. Once you’re still in the training room, you’re like, ‘Oh, I need to get out of here. I’m going crazy.'”

Teller spent the bye week in Cleveland continuing to rehab the injury. He said he did manage to get out hunting a couple of times while his wife, Carly, attended a baby shower in Virginia.

The similarity with the previous injury has given Teller a certain understanding of what to expect as he progressed. That said, he’s not ready to set a specific date.

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