Browns' Lewis leaves Patriots game with foot injury

10/7/2007 - NFL Jamal Lewis Cleveland Browns + more

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- Cleveland Browns running back Jamal Lewis left Sunday's game against the New England Patriots with an
injured right foot and did not return in the Browns' 34-17 loss.

Lewis ran just once, gaining 11 yards on the Browns' first
offensive play. He was replaced by Jason Wright, who carried three
times for 14 yards on the drive. On second-and-goal at the 1-yard
line, he was stopped for no gain. On the next play, Junior Seau
intercepted Derek Anderson's pass in the end zone.

Lewis entered the game seventh in the NFL with 371 yards
rushing, including a 66-yard touchdown. The Browns signed him as a
free agent after he spent the past seven seasons with Baltimore.