Eric Wright's forgettable season will end because of an injury.
The Browns' cornerback will miss the last two games of the season with a left leg injury. Wright was hurt in the Browns' 19-17 loss to the Bengals on Sunday.
He finished the season with 42 tackles, nine passes defensed and one interception. Mike Adams, a seventh-year veteran, likely will take Wright's spot as the team's third corner.
The way we see it
Wright had a disappointing season following a solid 2009 campaign. He was beat often by receivers for big plays and lost his starting job a few weeks ago to rookie Joe Haden.