Tyrod Taylor dislocated his left pinky

Cleveland Browns head coach Hue Jackson yells at wide receiver Jeff Janis after a penalty during the first half against the Buffalo Bills at First Energy Stadium

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"Well, we're not into next week, we're into the Jets, so I'm not anxious about that yet, right now", Pederson said when asked how he planned to divide practice reps between Nick Foles and Wentz, while the identity of the season-opening starter remains up in the air.

Taylor was traded to Cleveland this spring following three seasons with the Buffalo Bills. "He should be back at practice tomorrow", Jackson said. Most teams, coaches and players state they're usually ready after about two or three games, but even if things were changed, all the National Football League would is tack on extra games to the regular season schedule.

The Browns seemed caught off guard that Taylor, who stayed in the locker room for the second half on Thursday, left FirstEnergy Stadium before speaking with reporters.

"Thanks for the prayers Cleveland I'm doing well", Taylor tweeted Friday morning. "He was calm before this game, I thought he'd settle in, not the case". There are no issues. While those numbers don't look half bad, what really bugged Pederson was the fact that Foles threw two interceptions - one of them coming inside the five-yard line - and had a fumble as well. I didn't take advantage of it and play my best game so it's on me.

"They needed his leadership".

"There's no need to rush Carson, but if he's able to play, he's able to play".

NOTES: WR Josh Gordon will participate in walk-throughs over the weekend and it's possible he'll practice. Entering training camp, there were four competitors.

On Thursday, Taylor left the first quarter of the Cleveland Browns' 5-0 preseason victory over the Philadelphia Eagles with what was reported to be a hand injury.

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