BEREA, Ohio (AP) -Kellen Winslow missed his second straight practice Thursday with a partially dislocated left shoulder, and coach Romeo Crennel indicated team doctors will decide if the tight end plays against Baltimore.
Winslow got hurt while making a catch in the fourth quarter of Sunday's loss at Oakland. He landed hard on his shoulder, suffering a subluxation - or separation.
``He's working to try to get that soreness out of the shoulder and try to give himself a chance to play,'' Crennel said.
Winslow, who sat out the final three plays against the Raiders as trainers worked on his injury, played most of last season with a knee injury which required off-season microfracture surgery.
The Browns will be cautious with the fourth-year star, who tied a franchise record with 89 receptions last season. Crennel said it was too early to say if the 24-year-old would be ready for Sunday's game with the Ravens.
``Kellen will do everything he can to be there on Sunday,'' Crennel said. ``Now, some of it, not all of it, is in his hands because the medical people will look at him and they will make a determination. Whatever the doctor says, that is what is going to happen.''
Winslow was not available for interviews while the Browns' locker room was open to the media.

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