Mohamed Massaquoi Injury Update: Browns WR Leaves Game With Previous Concussion Side Effects

Cleveland Browns wide receiver Mohamed Massaquoi left Sunday's game against the Houston Texans after feeling woozy based on a previous concussion. Massaquoi suffered a concussion on October 23 versus the Seattle Seahawks and apparently is still feeling the effects of the concussion. He suffered a previous concussion in training camp and one last year. He sat out last week's game against the San Francisco 49ers and given the extended effects of the concussion, it would not be surprising to see him sit out next week.

The Browns offense has struggle with consistency in 2011 and losing Massaquoi would not help matters. The Browns have worked Ben Watson and rookie Greg Little into the offense a bit more in recent weeks, with Joshua Cribbs getting a few deep balls his way. Little has emerged as the leading receiver on the team, which will hurt the number of passes going Massaquoi's way.

The Browns face a pair of solid matchups for their passing game as they host the St. Louis Rams and Jacksonville Jaguars the next two weeks. I would not be surprised to see Massaquoi sit out at least the Rams game. Little and Watson have some modest fantasy upside, although not a ton given the struggles of the Browns offense.

For more on the Browns, check out Dawgs By Nature. For more on fantasy football, check out Fake Teams. Follow @sbnationfantasy on Twitter.

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