Cleveland Browns starting quarterback DeShone Kizer is questionable to return against the Baltimore Ravens with a migraine. Kizer left with what was being called a migraine, which is a bit concerning considering all of the head injuries that happen in the NFL. At one point, he was a SuperPrep All-American and the top high school player in Washington, D.C., 13th best in the country by Scout.
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Kizer left in the second quarter, after completing 6 of his 11 pass attempts, for 81 yards and an interception. Kevin Hogan, a second-year player from Stanford, entered and orchestrated a scoring drive.
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In his first drive, he took the Browns 83 yards for a touchdown, breaking the Ravens' almost six scoreless quarters to start the season. But we do know Kizer took some big shots early in this game, and in last weekend's game as well.