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Practice notes: OL Tony Pashos returns to practice, works at right tackle

By Nate Ulrich Published: September 8, 2011

The Browns practiced this afternoon in preparation for their regular-season opener Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals. Reporters were allowed to watch about a half-hour of practice. Here is what you need to know about the open period:

  • Offensive lineman Tony Pashos (foot) returned to practice today. He worked at his usual spot, right tackle. Pashos wore a walking boot on his left leg and was sidelined during practices on Monday and Wednesday. Coach Pat Shurmur said Pashos will start against the Bengals if he's healthy enough.

  • Meanwhile, rookie Jason Pinkston continued to take reps at left guard. He's hasn't officially been named the starter for Sunday, but Shurmur said Pinkston is in line to earn the job.

  • Rookie strong safety Eric Hagg (left knee surgery) worked out on an exercise bike during practice for the second day in a row.

  • Tight end Benjamin Watson (hip) and linebacker Chris Gocong (pinched nerve in neck) practiced again after returning to action Wednesday.


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