A federal judge has ruled that Joe Jurevicius can proceed with his lawsuit against the Browns for negligence in staph infections.
The Browns predictably deny that they were negligent in causing and handling Joe Jurevicius' staph infection.
Former NFL receiver Joe Jurevicius is suing the Browns, ex-team Dr. Anthony Miniaci, and current team Dr. Richard Figler for "negligence and fraud" regarding his 2007-2008 knee injuries.
Browns released WR Joe Jurevicius.
Joe Jurevicius, already on injured reserve, underwent his seventh knee surgery in less than 12 months last week.
Joe Jurevicius (knee surgeries) said Monday that he plans to return for the 2009 season.
ESPNews reports that the Browns will move WR Joe Jurevicius (knee surgeries) from the PUP list to injured reserve, ending his season.
The Browns are expected to move Joe Jurevicius (knee surgeries, staph infection) from PUP to the injured reserve list in the next two weeks.
Browns beat writer Tony Grossi says there are no signs that Joe Jurevicius (knee surgeries) is anywhere close to being ready to come off PUP.
Browns GM Phil Savage says Joe Jurevicius (knee surgeries, PUP) has begun light jogging, but isn't doing football-related drills yet.
Browns GM Phil Savage reiterated that the team expects Joe Jurevicius (PUP, knee surgeries) "back at some point during the year."
Browns placed WR Joe Jurevicius (knee) on the PUP list.
Browns GM Phil Savage said in a radio interview Thursday that Joe Jurevicius (knee surgery) will likely start 2008 on the PUP list.
Profootballtalk.com "continues to hear" that Joe Jurevicius (multiple knee surgeries, staph infection) is privately saying he won't play in 2008.