Browns' Coleman out with knee injury
Browns defensive end Kenyon Coleman will miss Thursday night's game against Pittsburgh with a knee injury.
Coleman started Cleveland's first 11 games at left end before hurting his knee on Nov. 29 against Cincinnati. He sat out Sunday's loss to San Diego.
Robaire Smith will switch from right end to left for the second straight game.
Cleveland's defensive front also will be missing C.J. Mosley. He broke his leg against the Chargers and was placed on injured reserve. The Browns are also without Pro Bowl nose tackle Shaun Rogers, who sustained a season-ending injury earlier this season.
The other available defensive linemen are Brian Schaefering, activated from the practice squad last week, and Derreck Robinson, signed by the Browns this week.