Cleveland Browns right tackle Tony Pashos has missed the first three games of the regular season with an ankle injury, but he will make his first start on Sunday against the Tennessee Titans.
The Browns’ offense hasn’t gotten off to a great start, and one of the biggest areas of concern has been the right side of the line. The rotation of Oniel Cousins and Artis Hicks has improved, but the addition of Pashos will hopefully bring some stability, along with added protection for quarterback Colt McCoy.
It’s not just the pass protection that is lacking. The offensive line has had issues with its run blocking as well, making it difficult for Peyton Hillis to get off to a better start. If he can stay healthy, Pashos will hopefully be able to solidify these areas of concern with the Cleveland Browns offense.