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Tony Pashos, Jordan Norwood Ruled Out Against Steelers

Not only will the Cleveland Browns be without quarterback Colt McCoy for the finale of the 2011 season on Sunday, but they're going to miss two other players, as well. Right tackle Tony Pashos has been banged up for a good portion of the season (and really, the last four years), and on top of an ankle injury, has an illness. Head coach Pat Shurmur declared him out on Sunday against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

On top of that, rookie wide receiver Jordan Norwood is set to miss the game on Sunday as well, something that could be very bad for him going forward. The Browns are struggling to find somebody to make plays in the passing game - they need a receiver to step up and make plays. Norwood could have been in line for some serious playing time on offense, with the season lost and the Browns looking for someone to make a statement heading into the offseason.

Artis Hicks will play in place of Pashos.

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