Cleveland Browns wide receiver Mohamed Massaquoi, who has been battling the after effects of a concussion since suffering one on Oct. 23 against the Seattle Seahawks, is looking to finally get back onto the field this Sunday.
Having practiced this week without any symptoms of a concussion, Massaquoi hopes this means he can finally play. While his safety is priority No. 1 – and the team will still tread lightly – this is great news for an offense that is missing many of its playmakers. In addition to Massaquoi’s concussion, the Browns have been trying to make do without Peyton Hillis and Montario Hardesty in recent weeks. Fortunately, Chris Ogbonnaya has been impressive in his short time with the team.
Speaking of Hardesty, he ran in practice on Friday, but did not participate in any team drills. As of right now, he is a game-time decision against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Peyton Hillis, along with strong safety T.J. Ward, has already been ruled out for the game. Defensive end Jayme Mitchell, who has been battling chest and ankle injuries, is expected to play, though.