Brandon Weeden and the Cleveland Browns offense received some good news on Wednesday. Wide receivers Mohamed Massaquoi and Travis Benjamin returned to practice on Wednesday, as the Browns get ready to take on the Indianapolis Colts in Week 7.
Both Massaquoi and Benjamin have been sidelined with hamstring injuries.
Benjamin has not appeared in a game since Cleveland's Week 4 showdown against the Baltimore Ravens. Benjamin missed Cleveland's games against the New York Giants and Cincinnati Bengals. He has just five receptions for 82 yards this season, but has a touchdown reception to his credit.
Massaquoi has not played since Cleveland's Week 3 loss to the Buffalo Bills. Through three games this season, Massaqoui has averaged six targets per game. So far in 2012, Massaquoi has nine receptions for 145 yards.
Weeden will welcome both receivers back, but it's unknown how much either Massaquoi or Benjamin will play in Week 7, as the Browns look to improve to 2-5 on the season.