The Cleveland Browns are hopeful that injured wide receiver Mohamed Massaquoi will be available for Thursday night's game against the Baltimore Ravens, but his status is still unknown. Massaquoi left last Sunday's game against the Buffalo Bills after injuring his hamstring in the first half.
Cleveland offensive coordinator Brad Childress told reporters on Tuesday that he's not "anticipating" Massaqoui missing the game, but that "there's not much time" for him to recover from his injury. Massaquoi is the team's second leading receiver on the season with nine catches for 145 yards.
His time in Cleveland has been marked by injuries, and the Browns will need all the help they can get in order to upset Baltimore on Thursday. In two games against Baltimore in 2011, Massquoi caught only three passes for 24 yards, one of which went for a first down. In his career against Baltimore, Massaquoi has seven catches for 81 yards in six games.