Cleveland Browns Injury Report And Inactive List, Week 10: Peyton Hillis, Montario Hardesty, Mohamed Massaqoui, And T.J. Ward Inactive

The Cleveland Browns released their inactive list for their week ten game today against the St. Louis Rams. As expected, the running game will remain a struggle without the services of Peyton Hillis and Montario Hardesty. Chris Ogbonnaya will get the start in the backfield for the Browns according to the latest information from the team announcing the inactive list.

Also, with wide receiver Mohamed Massaquoi inactive, Josh Cribbs will start for the Browns at wide receiver. With the Browns offense struggling to find a rhythm, Cribbs may be a key player to spark some production. Whether through the air on on the ground, Colt McCoy needs to get the ball in the hands of the speedy Cribbs to make something happen.

Here is the full list of inactive players

#Browns inactives vs. Rams: QB Thaddeus Lewis, WR Mohamed Massaquoi, CB Dimitri Patterson, RB Montario Hardesty, RB Peyton Hillis, S T.J. Ward and C Steve Vallos. Cribbs to start at WR, Ogbonnaya at RB.

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