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CLEVELAND -- Jason Campbell didnt think his ribs were broken. He made another correct read. The Browns, who have been shuttling quarterbacks on and off the field all season, finally got some good news on that front: Campbells ribs are only bruised. Campbell has energized the Browns and pushed them back into the playoff conversation. He may practice this week after his injury in Sundays 24-18 win over the Baltimore Ravens. Coach Rob Chudzinski said X-rays were negative and Campbell should be able to play Nov. 17 at Cincinnati. "Im very happy that hes OK, obviously," Chudzinski said Monday during a conference call. "He played really well." Campbell gritted it out and played through pain, matching a career-high with three touchdown passes as the Browns (4-5) ended an 11-game losing streak against the Super Bowl champions. The nine-year veteran was injured in the first quarter when he was sacked and had 340-pound nose tackle Haloti Ngata land on him. Campbell was briefly replaced by Brandon Weeden, who lost his starting job and jogged onto the field to some boos and groans from Browns fans. Campbell returned after missing just four plays and led the Browns to a key division win. He completed 23 of 35 passes for 262 yards, did not throw an interception for the second straight week and hit wide receiver Davone Bess on two crucial fourth-down plays -- one for a TD, the other in the closing minutes as Cleveland used up time. "You saw him from a leadership standpoint," Chudzinski said. "The calmness out there, the ability in that final drive to make plays when that was crunch time and in a critical part in the game and just his presence with our younger guys. What hes doing is really giving us a life." Maybe Campbell is the long-term answer for the Browns at quarterback. They entered the season hoping to find out more about Weeden, and quickly learned he couldnt handle the pressure after going 0-4 as a starter. Brian Hoyer gave Cleveland a lift while winning two starts, but his season ended when he tore a knee ligament against Buffalo on Oct. 3. Enter Campbell, who made 71 starts for Washington, Oakland and Chicago before signing with the Browns as a free agent in March. But while some fans seem surprised by his performances in a loss to Kansas City and win over Baltimore, Chudzinski had faith Campbell, the 20th starting quarterback for the Browns since 1999, would deliver. "Jason has played a lot more than any of our guys," Chudzinski said. "You see it during the week, him knowing what to expect in different situations and the questions he asks. Hes been through it and he knows it and when he gets out on the field, hes been there before. Thats calmness. Thats a sense of confidence that our guys have, and I have in him." The Browns, who jumped the Ravens into second place in the AFC North, have a bye this week, giving Campbell time to heal. Chudzinski knew Campbell was hurting, but could tell he was willing to do whatever it took to get the Browns their first win over the Ravens since 2007. "Just looking at him, there was no way he was going to come out of that game and miss out for his teammates," Chudzinski said. Also, Chudzinski said wide receiver Greg Little sprained his right shoulder. Little had seven catches for 122 yards and was twice penalized for unsportsmanlike conduct. Little was initially flagged for throwing Ravens safety James Ihedigbos helmet after the two tangled in a pileup. A photo pulled off the TV broadcast shows Ihedigbos hands around Littles neck area. Little popped to his feet and flung the helmet, drawing the 15-yard penalty. Chudzinski hasnt spoken to Little about the confrontation, but said his players need to know when to walk away. "Thats part of the game and part of being smart and part of the control that Im talking about," he said. NOTES: Chudzinski said LB Quentin Groves (ankle) and TE MarQueis Gray (hamstring) wont practice Tuesday. LB Darius Eubanks has been cleared after being evaluated for a head injury and will practice along with LB Eric Martin (knee). Both were injured on special teams. ... According to STATS, the Bengals and Browns are alone in first and second place, respectively, in the AFC North for the first time since the division was formed in 2002. Cody Allen Jersey .Hammel pitched inside more and it helped him get into the seventh inning as the Colorado Rockies beat the San Diego Padres 3-2 on Friday night. Danny Salazar Jersey . - Kentucky freshmen Stanley Boom Williams, Dorian Baker, Drew Barker and Tymere Dubose have been charged with disorderly conduct for their involvement with air pistol shots being fired near a residence hall on the South campus Sunday night. http://www.indiansteamproshop.com/Indian...ez-Kids-Jersey/. 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McKeever picked up his third gold medal -- and the 10th of his career -- at these Games, while Klebl won his first-ever Paralympic medal. The victories pushed Canadas overall medal count to 16, three shy of the 19 won at the Vancouver Games four years ago. More importantly, they moved Canada to third in the gold-medal standings, a stated goal that team officials set prior to the Paralympics. Russia topped the standings with an eye-popping 80 medals -- including 30 gold -- while Ukraine was second with 25 total medals. Germany was second behind Russia in the gold-medal count with nine. McKeever finished Sundays race in a time of 23 minutes 18.1 seconds, just 8.1 seconds ahead of Russias Stanislav Chokhlaev. He employed the same strategy with his guides that helped him win the 20-kilometre gold medal last week. With windy conditions starting to wear on guide Erik Carleton, Graham Nishikaawa entered the race with about three kilometres to go to help seal the 10th gold medal of McKeevers storied career.dddddddddddd "It was all on the guides today. They did such a great job with all the headwind," said McKeever. "There was so much wind out there today that just to be tucked in, I saved a lot of energy. By the time we got to the last lap there was still a little bit of gas left, just enough to get by." The 42-year-old Klebl won in a time of 30 minutes 52.0 seconds. Ukraines Maksym Yarovyi finished second at 31:06.5 and Russias Grigory Murygin skied to the bronze at 31:18.2. "It feels pretty good for sure," said Klebl. "I have exceptional skis for wet, sloppy conditions and today we got exactly those conditions. It just feels good. We prepare for this over and over and over again to try and get things to line up, and today it did." A three-time Paralympian, Klebl moved to Canmore, Alta. to join the Canadian team from the United States following the Vancouver 2010 Games. Also Sunday, para-alpine sit-skier Josh Dueck was chosen as Canadas flag-bearer for the closing ceremony. The native of Kimberley, B.C., won gold in the super combined and silver in the downhill in Sochi. ' ' '

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