Cleveland Browns head coach Pat Shurmur has revealed that number one receiver Mohamed Massaquoi has a bone injury in his left leg.
Massaquoi has not yet practiced and showed up to camp with a cast on his leg, and there has been no indication from the Browns or anyone else as to how long their top receiver will be out.
Massaquoi had 36 receptions last season, and is considered right now to be the Browns’ top overall receiver, at least until the jury is no longer out on second round pick Greg Little.
Montario Hardesty also continues to be limited in practice, according to reports. He is coming off of a knee injury last year, where he was expected to make an impact on the Cleveland running game.