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Practice notes: OL Tony Pashos participates in some team drills

By Nate Ulrich Published: September 22, 2011

The Browns practiced this afternoon in preparation for their home game Sunday against the Miami Dolphins. Reporters were allowed to watch about 30 minutes of practice. Here is what you need to know about the open period:

  • Offensive lineman Tony Pashos, the projected starter at right tackle, practiced for the second consecutive day as he continues to try to rebound from a left ankle injury. Pashos participated in some team drills, but he was with the second unit. Meanwhile, Artis Hicks and Oniel Cousins continued to rotate at right tackle with the first-team offense. Pashos has missed the team's first two regular-season games, and Hicks and Cousins have played in his absence.

  • Wide receiver Mohamed Massaquoi (ankle) appeared to be fine while practicing today. Like Pashos, Massaquoi was listed as limited on Wednesday's injury report.

  • Linebacker Titus Brown (ankle) stretched with his teammates, but he did not practice. Rookie strong safety Eric Hagg (knee) worked out on an exercise bike on the field, but he didn't practice, either.


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