BEREA, Ohio (AP) - Browns Pro Bowl nose tackle Shaun Rogers was limited during practice on Sunday with an unspecified injury.
Rogers, who is coming off a dominant first season with Cleveland, was in full uniform but only rode a stationary bike and did other conditioning work while the Browns went through their second day of training camp. Rogers pedaled alongside wide receiver Braylon Edwards, who has not yet been medically cleared with an unknown injury.
Rogers had 81 tackles and 4½ sacks last season. He played seven seasons with Detroit before being traded to Cleveland in 2008.
On Saturday, Rogers seemed to favor his right ankle during the evening practice session. At one point, he sat down on the sideline and could be heard complaining about his cleats.