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CLEVELAND -- Browns quarterback Brian Hoyer capped a personally poignant week by having knee surgery. Hoyer is expected to make a full recovery after undergoing reconstructive knee surgery on Friday, and Browns coach Rob Chudzinski said he hopes the QB will be able to return for practice next spring. Hoyer had his torn right anterior cruciate ligament repaired at the Cleveland Clinic. The 28-year-old sustained the season-ending injury on Oct. 3 against Buffalo in the first quarter of his third start. It was a devastating blow to the Cleveland native who had led his hometown Browns to two straight wins while replacing injured starter Brandon Weeden. "Were hopeful in the spring that well see him," Chudzinski said following practice as the Browns got ready for Sundays game in Green Bay. "From my understanding, everything went well with the surgery. Just knowing him, from a rehab standpoint, I know hes going to do everything he can to get ready." Its been quite a few days for Hoyer. In addition to the operation, he celebrated a birthday and he and his wife, Lauren, welcomed their second child, a daughter named Cameron. Hoyers storybook start to the season ended when he got hurt on an awkward slide at the end of an 11-yard scramble against the Bills. Hoyers right cleat got caught underneath him as he slid, and he was hit as he hit the turf from the side by Bills rookie linebacker Kiko Alonso. Before he was injured, Hoyer had energized the Browns, who had their three-game winning streak stopped Sunday by Detroit. Hoyer, who spent three seasons as Tom Bradys backup in New England and had been cut by three teams in 11 months, took over for Weeden and guided the Browns to wins over Minnesota and Cincinnati. He threw go-ahead touchdown passes in the fourth quarter of both games. "He did a great job coming in and gave us a real spark," Chudzinski said. "He played very well. You saw improvement every game that he played, and he was able to make plays for us and really help us in that stretch to get us going." Hoyers performance may not prevent the Browns from drafting a quarterback in next years draft, but it did show that he can be an option in the event they need a QB or if Weeden continues to struggle. The Browns made some other roster moves on Friday, placing rookie defensive back Josh Aubrey on injured reserve and waiving running back Bobby Rainey. Chudzinski said Aubrey sprained his knee and ankle in practice Thursday. He appeared in six games this season on special teams. In the win over the Vikings, Aubrey ran for 34 yards on a faked punt, a key play in Clevelands win. Also, the club promoted wide receiver Tori Gurley and cornerback Julian Posey from their practice squad to the active roster. The 6-foot-4, 230-pound Gurley played in the Browns first two games and made one catch for 15 yards. ---- NOTES: RB Willis McGahee practiced after sitting out Thursday to rest his surgically repaired knees. McGahee said "all systems go" for Sunday and hes listed as probable on the injury report. ... OLB Jabaal Sheard said hes eager to return this week after missing three games with a sprained left knee. ... Chudzinski said Weeden had an excellent week of practice as he tried to shake off an inexcusable interception last week in a loss to Detroit. "I thought hes had his best couple of days of practice here: very focused and receptive to the coaching," Chudzinski said. "You can see him doing things, specifically working to improve in areas that were talking about where he needs to improve. I am expecting him and I have confidence in him, like the team does, to go out and play his very best." Wholesale Jerseys . 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"Playing at home or away is a completely different story and I think to play a true road game is something that we are proud we did," Wildcats coach Sean Miller said after Arizonas 69-60 victory Thursday night. "San Diego State has an incredible crowd and a fantastic home arena and a very-well coached team and a team that is used to winning." Nick Johnson scored 23 points and freshman Aaron Gordon added 16 points and eight rebounds for the Wildcats (3-0). "We knew it was going to be a tough game," Johnson said. "Its big to win at San Diego State because they have a great home record. But we battled." JJ OBrien and Xavier Thames had 19 points each for the Aztecs (1-1), who had won two of the last three meetings with Arizona, the loss coming in the final seconds of last years Diamond Head Classic. "Oh my gosh, that crowd was crazy," Gordon said. "The whole student section was jumping up and down." Arizona had a 14-point lead midway through the second half, but San Diego State rallied, closing within four points on Thames layup with less than 2 minutes remaining. "We had a chance," Thames said. "But we couldnt make the next play and good teams dont let you make that good play. Theyre good, they are very good, and they change shots." Gordon then had a soaring dunk off an inbounds pass from T. J. McConnell to put away the Aztecs. At first McConnell looked for Johnson. Then he saw Gordon take flight and hit him with a perfect pass above the rim. "Ive never seen anything like that before," McConnell said. "Well, maybe Blake Griffin, but what hee did was amazing.dddddddddddd" Gordon, who is considered one of the top players in a well-stocked freshman class, smiled. "T.J. threw it, I saw it going up and it worked out well," he said. Arizona prevailed despite four players being in foul trouble early in the second half. 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Gabe York, Arizonas sparkplug off the bench, made a driving layup and another basket to give the Wildcats their largest lead of the half at 39-25. Shrigley hit a 3-pointer just before the halftime buzzer to cut the deficit to 11 points. In the end, it was the Wildcats rebounding and lack of turnovers -- 11 total; just three in the second half -- that was the difference. "To me," Miller said, "its those two statistics that made us winners tonight." cheap nfl jerseys cheap jerseys cheap jerseys cheap jerseys cheap nfl jerseys wholesale jerseys ' ' '

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