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For yet another week, Shaun Rogers was a non-factor in the Browns defense and completely fallen off the radar as far as opposing offenses are concerned.
The nose tackle has been listed on the Browns injury report every single week this season as questionable.
In nine games this season, Rogers has a total of seven tackles.
It is also worth noting that Rogers is the highest-paid player on the Browns defense, making $7.67 million per year in a 2008 contract that is worth six years and $42 million.
Rogers has continually failed to deliver since signing his big deal with the Browns and many feel that it is time to cut ties with the 6'4", 350-pound lineman.
With Rogers failing to be removed from the injury list every single week, it brings into question his overall health and why he is being rushed back to the field.
Cleveland needs to take the time to let Rogers sit for a few weeks and get healthy or just release him because he is proving to be worthless playing less than 100 percent.