BEREA - The Browns are losing players to injury, taking a look at their rookies and trying to find motivation to finish the season.
It's just another December in Cleveland.
Coach Romeo Crennel doesn't know who the starting quarterback will be Sunday when the Browns face Baltimore and get their last chance to avoid going winless inside their division. Crennel also has decisions to make at several other positions and could be looking to rookies at linebacker, guard and wide receiver to fill in for injured or underperforming players.
Charlie Frye was listed as questionable Wednesday with a bruised right wrist that's been in a splint. Crennel will likely keep the Ravens guessing with Frye's status unclear.
“We'll go out there and see if he can take a snap and throw the football,” Crennel said. “Then we'll make a determination from there.”
If Derek Anderson gets a second start Sunday, it will give him the chance to beat the team that drafted him in the sixth round in 2005 but waived him several months later. The Browns quickly claimed him.
“He's smart and we really would have liked to have kept him,” Ravens coach Brian Billick said. “We got to the point where we had to make some decisions. We were hoping to get him to the practice squad, but as typical, that tends to get raided.”