Baltimore, MD (Sports Network) - Cleveland Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden left Sunday's game against the Baltimore Ravens late in the fourth quarter.
The Browns said Weeden was having his hand looked at after hitting it on a helmet. The Ravens said the quarterback had an injured thumb.
Jason Campbell, signed to a two-year contract in March, took over for Weeden but was unable to convert a 4th-and-10 on Cleveland's last possession.
Weeden passed for 227 yards before leaving the game, which Baltimore won by a 14-6 score.