WR Mohamed Massaquoi, who suffered a hamstring injury during Saturday’s preseason opener against the Packers, returned to practice Thursday evening, according to the Morning Journal. It’s unknown whether or not he’ll play this Saturday against St. Louis. Massaquoi is surely a sight for sore eyes for the Browns’ offense and QB Jake Delhomme. He was a bright spot as a rookie in 2009, averaging 18.4 yards per catch on his 34 receptions, and the stability that Delhomme brings will only speed up his development.
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