BEREA, Ohio — Browns quarterback Baker Mayfieldhas been dealing with left shoulder injuries since Week 2, so that has become “kind of the new normal.”

Now he faces the challenge of improving his accuracy while compensating for a sore left heel and a groin injury suffered in Sunday’s 13-10 victory over the Detroit Lions.

On Wednesday, Mayfield’s bruised right knee, hurt on a hit by Matt Judon, was removed from the injury report and the groin problem was added. Mayfield did not practice even though coach Kevin Stefanski expected him to about a half hour before.

Going into a crucial game in Baltimore on “Sunday Night Football,” Mayfieldacknowledged Wednesday that his lower body plays an important part in his throwing motion.

“Yeah, especially for me, kind of an unorthodox throwing motion when it comes to

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