Don't worry, though, they did it on purpose. During Saturday's Family Night practice at Cleveland training camp, the Browns arranged for a cool little moment for one five-year-old boy and his family.

Through the Littlest Heroes charity, the Browns selected Ryan Encinas to participate in a play from scrimmage at the end of practice. Though he fumbled, he quickly recovered and ran 40 yards to the endzone before being mobbed by the players. When he was two, doctors discovered a tumor on Ryan's left lung, requiring chemotherapy and radiation treatments. He's been in remission for two years now.

Browns head coach Rob Chudzinski said the idea came from his own five-year-old son, who remembered seeing Nebraska do the same thing for Jack Hoffman.

Update: Here's some more video.

[Bob's Blitz]