Browns' Heiden out for game

Posted by ESPN.com's James Walker

PHILADELPHIA -- The Cleveland Browns likely suffered another serious injury Monday as starting tight end Steve Hieden hurt his right knee and ankle.

Heiden, who recently replaced the injured Kellen Winslow Jr., went down in the third quarter and needed to be carted off the field. With just two games remaining, his prospects for the rest of the season look grim.

Backup tight ends Darnell Dinkins and Martin Rucker will replace Heiden for the rest of the game. The Eagles are cruising 20-3.