Browns Vs. Titans: Injury Report Is A Cause For Concern

As the Browns get ready to face the Tennessee Titans on Sunday at Cleveland Browns Stadium, there are four players who are listed as "questionable" for the Browns who are definitely causes of concern.

As outlined in this story on Brownsgab.com, wide receiver Josh Cribbs, wide receiver Mohamed Massaquoi, left tackle Joe Thomas and cornerback Sheldon Brown are all questionable for tomorrow's contest.

Cribbs has groin issues while Massaquoi has trouble with an ankle. Thomas (who has started every game in his four-year career) has been hampered by a knee this week, and Brown (who has a streak of 147 straight games in jeopardy) is also hampered by groin issues.

Also questionable for Cleveland are linebacker Titus Brown (ankle) and defensive back Eric Hagg (knee).

The good news on the report is that Peyton Hillis should be ready to go after missing last week's game against Miami with strep throat. Linebacker Chris Gocong and wide receiver Carlton Mitchell should also be good to go.

Also, offensive lineman Tony Pashos will be looking to make his first start of the season on Sunday.

For Tennessee, safety Chris Hope is probable with a shoulder, and linebacker Gerald McRath (knee) is doubtful.

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