Browns' leading rusher out with neck stinger
Suggs, the club's leading rusher during the exhibition season, got hurt during practice two weeks ago and the Browns decided not to risk making it worse against one of the league's best defenses.
With Suggs out, William Green, who missed the final eight games last year after being suspended for failing the league's substance abuse policy, started.
Ogden injured his left medial collateral ligament in the Ravens' final exhibition game. The 6-foot-9, 345-pound Ogden was leading running back Chester Taylor on a sweep when he was pushed over a pile of players and twisted his knee.
Before sitting out, Ogden had played in 58 straight games, last missing a win over Jacksonville in 2000.
The seven-time Pro Bowl selection was replaced at right tackle by Ethan Brooks.
Galloway was hurt trying to catch a long pass from Brad Johnson in the back corner of the end zone. Galloway got both hands on the ball, but he dropped the pass as he stumbled to the ground.
Galloway was acquired in the offseason trade that sent Keyshawn Johnson to Dallas.
Rogers, who played only five games last season because of a broken collarbone, injured his shoulder in the first quarter. Bly suffered a knee injury of undetermined severity and also left the game in the opening period.
Bell, the 2001 NFL defensive rookie of the year, has 18 sacks in three NFL seasons -- nine as rookie. He missed the Steelers' final three exhibition games with a sore shoulder, before injuring his groin during practice last week.
Bell's absence means the Steelers had two new starting linebackers Sunday, Larry Foote and Clark Haggans, who is replacing franchise career sacks leader Jason Gildon. Gildon was released after last season and was later cut by Buffalo during the preseason.
O'Neal was hurt in the preseason opener last month and was limited in practice this week. He was acquired in April in a draft-day trade with the Denver Broncos to help the Bengals upgrade an area that caused them serious problems last year.
Financial terms were not disclosed. The Bills can't re-sign him until after the 10th week of the season.
Brown was placed on injured reserve last Sunday after spraining his left knee in the Bills' third preseason game against Indianapolis on Aug. 28.
Rookie J.P. Losman is Buffalo's third quarterback, though he will miss at least half the season after breaking his leg during training camp.
Brown has played in four games in his career, completing 29-of-52 passes for one touchdown and three interceptions.
Copyright 2004 by The Associated Press
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