Browns vs. Bengals inactives: Mohammed Massaquoi out for Cleveland

Rick Osentoski-US PRESSWIRE - Presswire

The Cleveland Browns and Cincinnati Bengals are set to lock horns on Sunday afternoon in a NFC North showdown. Here are the inactives for both sides.

The Cleveland Browns and Cincinnati Bengals are set to lock horns on Sunday afternoon in a NFC North showdown.

Unfortunately, not everyone will be able to participate, with the following players being inactive for both sides:

Browns: WR Mohamed Massaquoi, Travis Benjamin, DB Dimitri Patterson, Tashaun Gipson, OL Ryan Miller, DL Ahtyba Rubin and LB Scott Fujita.

Bengals: WR Mohamed Sanu, Ryan Whalen, CB Jason Allen, Dre Kirkpatrick, S George Iloka, DT Brandon Thompson, and TE Richard Quinn.

Massaquoi is out of action because of a bothersome hamstring. With the Cleveland passing attack already in rough shape, the loss of it's No. 1 receiver really hurts.

For Cincinnati, none of the inactives are surprises. Despite being a relatively high draft pick, Sanu hasn't been able to log a catch all year. In fact, the only big play he made was a 73-yard touchdown throw to A.J. Green against the Washington Redskins.

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