Browns injury report: Mohamed Massaquoi, Travis Benjamin and Jordan Norwood held out of practice

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Three Cleveland receivers missed Wednesday's practice and were among the seven players listed as unable to participate on the team's official injury report.

Heading into a key divisional game against Cincinnati, the Cleveland Browns will begin the week with three talented wide receivers listed on their official Week 6 injury report.

Wideouts Mohamed Massaquoi, Travis Benjamin and Jordan Norwood were all held out of practice on Wednesday with various injuries, as head coach Pat Shurmur continues to scramble on the offensive side of the ball. Benjamin and Massaquoi were each held out of Cleveland's loss to the Giants over the weekend, in a game where it appeared the 26-year-old Norwood had turned a corner with a nine catch, 81 yard performance.

Along with joining his two fellow receivers on the injury list due to a foot problem, Norwood was one of seven Browns players held out of action at Wednesday's practice. Four other players also practiced in a limited capacity, including linebacker Scott Fujita, who continues to exchange words with league commissioner Roger Goodell over his recent NFL suspension for the New Orleans Saints bounty scandal.

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