The Cleveland Browns face uncertainty as they head into "Thursday Night Football."

Star wide receiver Amari Cooper's status is unclear due to a heel injury from Week 16.

Cooper set a single-game receiving record with 265 yards recently.

A win or tie against the New York Jets can secure the Browns' first playoff berth since 2020.

Cooper is officially listed as questionable for the game.

Joe Flacco's presence has boosted Cooper's production with 22 catches, 465 yards, and 3 touchdowns in the last three games.

The Browns also have injury concerns with punter Corey Bojorquez doubtful and kicker Dustin Hopkins ruled out.

Safety Juan Thornhill and wide receiver Marquise Goodwin are questionable, while defensive end Ogbo Okoronkwo is out.

Browns are navigating injuries as they aim for a crucial victory on Thursday night.