Browns QB Kizer leaves Ravens game with migraine

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Cleveland rookie quarterback DeShone Kizer was sidelined with a migraine midway through the second quarter.

And, most importantly, he happens to be a D.C. product. The rookie also had one carry for 13 yards.

Kizer started his second National Football League game against the Ravens - and his first on the road - in Baltimore. However, if Hogan plays well and Kizer takes a while to recover, they could have their 28th, starting next week. Backup Kevin Hogan entered the game and came out firing, hitting Seth DeValve with a great deep throw on his first attempt. But we do know Kizer took some big shots early in this game, and in last weekend's game as well.

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It was too little too late for Valterri though as although he closed the gap he wasn't able to overtake Ricciardo. The first lap incident left Verstappen, who has now had seven retirements this season, unimpressed with Vettel.

The hope is that Kizer will be okay, and this is nothing more than just a frustrating head ache.

The 10-time Pro Bowler, now in his 11th season, has never missed a snap since the Browns selected him third overall in the 2007 NFL Draft.

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