BEREA, Ohio -- Cleveland Browns right tackle Jack Conklin will miss "multiple weeks" with a dislocated elbow, Browns coach Kevin Stefanski said Monday.
Conklin suffered the injury during Sunday's loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers. He had missed the previous two games with a knee injury.
Stefanski wasn't ready to say whether Conklin would have to go on injured reserve, which would result in him missing a minimum of three weeks.
Conklin was named an All-Pro last year in his first season with the Browns. Blake Hance, who replaced him Sunday, is expected to take Conklin's place moving forward.