Cleveland Browns wide receiver Mohamed Massaquoi missed last week's game against the St. Louis Rams after originally suffering a concussion on Oct. 23 in a win over the Seattle Seahawks, but he returned to practice on a limited basis on Wednesday.
“I’m feeling good,” Massaquoi said. “Whenever you talk about concussions and the head, yes (you’re concerned) just because you only have one brain, but we have great doctors. I feel good right now. I’m not really concerned about it right now because we did our due-diligence just to make sure we took care of everything and we’ll go on from there.”
Massaquoi, who also suffered a concussion last season, was symptom-free entering last week's game against the Rams but was removed in the second half when symptoms returned.
On the season, Massaquoi has a career-high 624 receiving yards and three touchdown catches, but Cleveland has fought injuries all season and their 131 points ranks tied for second fewest in the NFL with the Indianapolis Colts.