BEREA --There was some scary moments at Browns practice Saturday when Ryan Miller was either injured or collapsed during practice and was taken to the Cleveland Clinic by emergency medical personnel.
Practice was stopped and the field house was silent for nearly 10 minutes as team trainers and medical personnel worked on Miller. He was then immobilized on a stretcher and put into the ambulance.
After Miller was taken by ambulance, the entire team gathered in a circle on a knee and appeared to pray for him.
"He is awake and alert and has movement in all extremities," team spokesman Dan Murphy said.
Miller (6-7, 320) was a fifth-round draft choice of the Browns (160th overall) in the 2012 NFL Draft. He appeared in eight of 16 games as a reserve. Miller turned 24 on July 6.
Coach Rob Chudzinski is expected to update the media on Miller's condition after practice.