Day two of full training camp for the Cleveland Browns took a serious turn today. Coach Rob Chudzinski said that offensive lineman Ryan Miller was injured during a one on one offense vs. defense blocking drill. During the drill there was a helmet to helmet collision which was the cause of the Miller’s concussion.
Miller was down for about ten minutes while being evaluated and immobilized. He was then loaded onto a gurney and transported to the Cleveland Clinic’s main campus. After the ambulance left, the other players gathered for a short prayer before resuming practice.
When leaving on the gurney, Miller was alert and moving his extremities. Coach Chudzinski said he would be visiting Miller in the hospital after practice was over on Saturday. At 4:43 pm the Browns organization tweeted that Miller was resting and he was doing okay. He has since been released from the hospital.
Miller was drafted by the Browns in 2012 and played in eight of the 16 games in the 2012 season. He attended the University of Colorado at Boulder.