BEREA Browns Customized Color Rush Jerseys , Ohio (AP) — Cleveland’s defense took another big hit.A day after giving up 246 yards rushing, the Browns learned they may be without Pro Bowl linebacker Joe Schobert for several games because of a hamstring injury.Schobert got hurt in the third quarter of Sunday’s 38-14 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers, and coach Hue Jackson said Monday he will be “down for a little while.”Jackson could not provide a time frame on Schobert.“How long that will be, let’s go week to week with that and see where he is,” Jackson said. “Hamstrings are tricky. Some last longer. Some end up shorter. We will see how all of that unfolds.”Cleveland’s defense can’t afford to lose Schobert, who tied for the league lead with 144 tackles last season and hasn’t missed a defensive snap since the start of 2017. He’s also the defense’s “quarterback,” calling the formations called in by coordinator Gregg Williams.Schobert was replaced by James Burgess Jr., who injured his hamstring in the fourth quarter and likely will sit out this week’s game at Tampa Bay. Jackson said Christian Kirskey could slide over from outside linebacker to take Schobert’s spot.Also Cleveland Browns T-Shirts , Browns wide receiver Rod Streater suffered a neck fracture while covering a punt Sunday and is done for the season. Streater got hurt in the first quarter in the latest blow for Cleveland’s injury-depleted receiving unit.Streater was expected to get more playing time while Rashard Higgins (knee) and Derrick Willies (collarbone) recover from their injuries.The Browns said Streater is “doing well” and team doctors expect him to make a full recovery. Streater does not need surgery at this time.Willies had an operation Monday after he broke his collarbone during practice on Friday. The team remains hopeful Willies will return at some point in 2018.The injury situation could force the Browns to sign another wide receiver or make a trade. The team signed free agent Breshad Perriman on Saturday, but he did not have enough time to learn the offense and was inactive Sunday. Site mocks Washington safety Taylor Rapp and James Madison cornerback Jimmy Moreland to the Browns." />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesHorizontal - WhiteDawgs EDTShareTweetShareSharePFF three-round mock draft targets Browns secondaryJennifer Buchanan-USA TODAY SportsCleveland Browns general manager John Dorsey has been busy reshaping the teams secondary this off-season. Gone are safety Jabrill Peppers and cornerbacks Briean Boddy-Calhoun and E.J. Gaines; arriving are safeties Morgan Burnett and Eric Murray.There is still more work to be done, however, as Burnett and Murray are not exactly longterm solutions at safety, and the Browns could still use another cornerback to pair with Denzel Ward. That appears to be the same line of thinking for the folks at Pro Football Focus, who in their latest three-round mock draft have the Browns focusing on the secondary. The Browns are currently not scheduled to make their first selection of the 2019 NFL Draft until round two, and when they do PFF mocks them to select Washington safety Taylor Rapp with the No. 49 overall selection.Rapp, who is 6 feet and 208 pounds , has a résumé filled with honors, as his draft profile at highlights:Rapp may have some issues in the pass game, but his work against the run is something that should appeal to the Browns, as The Draft Network highlights:Cleveland will be back on the clock in the third round (selection No. 80), and PFF mocks them to select cornerback Jimmy Moreland from James Madison.Moreland, who is 5-foot-10 and 175 pounds, appeared in 56 games for the Dukes, making 44 starts Cleveland Browns Hoodie , and was a consensus First Team All-American in 2018. He finished his collegiate career with a school record 18 interceptions, six of which he returned for touchdowns, also a school record. He was also voted the Colonial Athletic Association’s Defensive Player of the Year as a senior after totaling 56 tackles, including 7.5 for loss, 1.5 sacks, a forced fumble, 10 pass breakups and a blocked punt.The only blemish is that he missed the 2015 season after being dismissed from the team after being charged with petty larceny. Given a second chance, however , Moreland rejoined the Dukes in 2016 and made the most of his opportunity.Acording to The Draft Network’s Trevor Sikkema:What do you think, Browns fans? If Dorsey closes out day two of the draft with Rapp and Moreland, would you be happy?