The Broncos are up in the first half against the Browns at FirstEnergy Stadium.
CLEVELAND -- **Already without DeMarcus Ware, the Broncos' complement of edge rushers took another hit when rookie Shane Ray left Sunday's game with a right knee injury.
UPDATE:Ray has been downgraded to out, as of 12:30 p.m. MDT.
Ray was forced from Sunday's game early in the second quarter after he had his leg rolled up in a collision with Browns right tackle Mitchell Schwartz, who was knocked into Ray as he grappled with Broncos defensive end Derek Wolfe.
The 2015 first-round pick was helped to the sideline and carted back to the locker room moments later.
Without Ray, the Broncos were left with just three healthy outside linebackers: Von Miller, Shaquil Barrett and Lerentee McCray.
Ray isn't the first Bronco to leave FirstEnergy Stadium with a knee injury. In a 2006 game here, the Broncos lost left tackle Matt Lepsis to a torn anterior cruciate ligament. Two years later, running back Ryan Torain succumbed to the same injury during a Thursday night game.