Browns' O-line reshuffled by injuries
BEREA, Ohio -- Rookie center Jeff Faine and left guard Shaun O'Hara will miss this week's game against San Diego with knee injuries, forcing the Cleveland Browns to again shuffle their battered offensive line.
Faine and O'Hara were both hurt during Sunday's win over the Oakland Raiders.
The Browns have been plugging holes in their line since the final exhibition game when tackle Ross Verba suffered a season-ending biceps injury.
In the last two games, the line was given credit for helping William Green rush for 115 yards against Pittsburgh and 145 against Oakland, the first consecutive 100-yard rushing games for a Browns running back since Kevin Mack in 1986.
Stokes has played the past four games on a badly sprained right ankle, and Zukauskas missed three plays in Sunday's game with an unspecified leg injury.
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