CLEVELAND—Browns running back Montario Hardesty still hopes to salvage what's left of his lost season.
"I definitely want to finish out these two games strong," said Hardesty, who's carried the ball in one of the past seven games because of his torn calf muscle. "I've been really frustrated with this calf injury. It really hindered me a lot this year, but I have two more chances to go out and play."
"The calf was sore last week," said Hardesty. "I was ready if they needed me, but they didn't."
On Tuesday, Hardesty practiced full-go, and is hoping to see the field in Baltimore -- against the Ravens' second-ranked run defense.
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