Starting quarterback Jason Campbell (bruised ribs) and starting wide receiver Greg Little (sprained right shoulder) are practicing today despite suffering injuries Sunday in the Browns’ 24-18 win over the Baltimore Ravens.
Campbell, though, took it easy with the Browns (4-5) in the midst of their week. During the 20-minute portion of practice open to the media, Campbell threw off to the side while backup Brandon Weeden threw to the receivers in one-on-one drills.
Campbell is expected to be ready to play in the Browns’ next game Nov. 17 at the Cincinnati Bengals. He is scheduled to address the media today after practice.
Several Browns players did not practice today but worked out in the field house. They were wide receiver Davone Bess, fullback Chris Ogbonnaya, inside linebacker D’Qwell Jackson, defensive end Ahtyba Rubin, left tackle Joe Thomas and defensive end Desmond Bryant.
Outside linebacker Quentin Groves (ankle) also worked out in the field house. Tight end MarQueis Gray (hamstring) neither practiced nor worked out. Running back Willis McGahee didn’t practice, either, though he might have simply been resting his knees as he usually does each week.