Mohamed Massaquoi injury: Browns WR likely to return vs. Ravens

Jason Miller

Fourth-year wideout Mohamed Massaquoi will return to the field Sunday against the Baltimore Ravens after spending the previous six weeks nursing an injured hamstring.

Cleveland Browns wide receiver Mohamed Massaquoi is set to suit up for the first time in six weeks, and hopes he and rookie quarterback Brandon Weeden can pick up where they left off when they face the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday, reports Mary Kay Cabot of The Plain Dealer.

Massaquoi caught five passes for 90 yards in Week 2 against the Cincinnati Bengals, but hurt his hamstring after slipping on a piece of loose turf the next week against the Buffalo Bills. He's been sidelined ever since, but is listed as probable for Sunday's game.

In Massaquoi's absence, rookie receiver Josh Gordon has caught four touchdowns and is averaging 22.3 yards per reception, tops in the league among wideouts with 14 or more catches. With Massaquoi back in the fold, Cleveland will be able to trot out a three-receiver set with considerable size — he and Greg Little are both 6'2, and Gordon is 6'3.

Massaquoi has 110 receptions for 1,636 yards and seven touchdowns in his four-year career.

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