The Cleveland Browns first injury report of the week did not reveal any major differences from what was reported earlier Wednesday morning. Mohamed Massaquoi and Ben Watson did, in fact, miss practice while Peyton Hillis, Joe Haden and Scott Fujita were limited.
Massaquoi, Watson, Raymond Ventrone and Shawn Lauvao were the only four players that missed the morning's entire practice as the Browns worked to gear up for their game against the San Francisco 49ers. As SB Nation Cleveland colleague wrote earlier Wednesday, Massaquoi and Watson are obviously the most important.
The biggest news is that the two receiving targets, WR Mohamed Massaquoi and tight end Benjamin Watson, are sitting out of practice with concussions. Both of the receivers suffered concussions before the second half, near the end of the first half. Massaquoi was hurt going up for a pass over the middle, and it's still unclear when Watson suffered his injury, but they'll need to pass an exam before they can practice again, let alone play.
Hillis was able to practice despite his hamstring injury, Fujita was limited due to the concussion he suffered earlier in the season, Haden's knee injury didn't allow him to fully return to practice and kick Phil Dawson has a right thigh injury.
Both Artis Hicks and Buster Skrine well full participants in practice despite being listed on the injury report.