Browns WR Elijah Moore home from hospital after suffering concussion against Jets

Cleveland Browns wide receiver Elijah Moore is home after spending Thursday night in a hospital following a head injury suffered during their 37-20 win over the New York Jets.

After making a 22-yard catch near the end of the first half, Moore was tackled by Jets linebacker C.J. Mosley and landed facemask first into the grass at FirstEnergy Stadium. As trainers ran to treat him, his body began twitching on the field.

Eventually, Moore got up and walked to the injury tent before leaving the game.

“I don’t have a ton of other information other than to say that he’s doing better,” Browns head coach Kevin Stefanski said on Friday. “He’s home. I’ve been texting him. Those are always scary hits, as we all know. I will say this: I’m very proud of him. He was getting going. I thought the route he ran for that touchdown was outstanding. He’s done a great job for us.”

Moore was a big piece of Cleveland’s productive first half, catching six balls for 61 yards and a touchdown as the Browns built a 34-17 lead.

The Browns have placed Moore in concussion protocol. His status for the Browns’ Week 18 game against the Cincinnati Bengals will be updated next week.

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