After sitting out in Week 13 with a concussion, Cleveland Browns safety Usama Young returned to the practice field on Wednesday in a limited capacity according to a report by Nate Ulrich of the Akron-Beacon Journal.
Young suffered the concussion while playing the Pittsburgh Steelers on Nov. 25, and was not cleared by doctors to suit up for his team's Week 13 game on Sunday against Oakland. Young has started nine games this season for head coach Pat Shurmur's defense, and told The Plain Dealer's Mary Kay Cabot that he passed all of his concussion tests and hopes to play against the Chiefs this weekend.
While the Browns picked up a boost with the return of cornerback, wide receiver Josh Cribbs was limited on Wednesday due to both shoulder and chest injuries. The 29-year-old Cribbs has been bothered by a number of injuries throughout the year, but has yet to miss any action on the field. Cribbs added 34 total return yards on three attempts in Sunday's win, and looks like a safe bet to play in Week 14 barring a setback.