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Cleveland Browns' Anthony Walker Jr is carted off with knee injury after Steelers offensive tackle Chukwuma Okorafor dives on the linebacker's back after he had already gone to ground as fans slam the 'dirty play' Walker was hit and then dove on top of by Steelers tackle Chukwuma Okorafor  His knee was also stepped on inadvertently by Steelers guard  James Daniels Several other Browns defenders were hurt during the game and did not return Cleveland was still able to pull off a 29-17 point victory despite the injuries 

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Cleveland linebacker Anthony Walker Jr. was carted off the field due to a left knee injury during the Browns' Thursday night home game against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Walker departed with 10:34 left in the third quarter. The Browns ruled him out a short time later.

It was announced that he underwent x-rays on his knee and is set to undergo an MRI on Friday. For the time being Walker was diagnosed with a sprained knee, pending further evaluation.


Browns linebacker Anthony Walker Jr was carted off during the Browns' win Thursday

Browns linebacker Anthony Walker Jr was carted off during the Browns' win Thursday

Walker stayed on the grown for several minutes while being attended to by the medical staff

Walker stayed on the grown for several minutes while being attended to by the medical staff

Walker took a blow to the face from Pittsburgh

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